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Old 07-16-2013, 10:35 PM   #7
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1998 SC2
Default Re: Replaced clutch - Now clutch pedal too light and engagement not correct

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Originally Posted by jk3006 View Post
Possible clues:

1. Although the flywheels were swapped, the donor engine cam from a 2000 auto tranny car. Perhaps not compatible?

2. Although the piston/rod went back into the tranny with a positive feel, it took a prybar to create enough force to move it far enough in to turn it and lock it in place. Don't know if this is normal or not?
That is because the pedal was not all the way back to relieve hydraulic fluid back to the reservoir. All you did was crush the bubble.

To wind up the clutch you will need the instructions and I can not post them due to file size. PM a good email address.

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