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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-20-2009, 05:47 AM Thread Starter
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Having Problem, need help NOW PLEASE!! LOL work in 4 hours

Alright so here is the deal, I started getting what felt like a weak hydraulic system on my 6 speed truck. It was making a little grinding/thumping sometimes which you could feel in the pedal. I replaced the hydraulic system tonight with a pre-bled factory system. The grinding/thumping noise is WAY WORSE! It still feels like it is not fully engaging and is making that noise which almost sounds like its coming from the pedal, and you can feel it in the pedal. ??? I tried bleeding it by pressing the slave down slowly as the manual says, and I did notice some small air bubbles in the fluid, but I dunno... I even tried pumping the pedal for 20 min and no better.

Any help would be great, I have to leave to drive 150miles to work in 4.5 hours.

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The sound is like sticking your finger in a fan. S H I T!!!
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Well if Im reading this right you swapped out the master cylinder on your clutch to fix a noise. Only thing that would effect is if it wasnt disengaging the clutch fully thus making it hard to get it in and out of gear. Isnt going to effect any noises or grinding problems.

If thats the case you have a bad throw out bearing or transmission problems. Messing with the hydraulic part (clutch pedal and all) isnt going to fix that.

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I was having problems shifting into low and reverse. Then it started chattering a small amount at random times like the system was getting weaker. So before i got stranded I replaced the system with a new full system. After doing that it began making all kinds of racket. In neutral just mashing the clutch in it sounds like grinding gears and you can heavily feel it in the pedal. I tried bleeding it, removing it and bleeding it, Pumping it a ton. i'm lost. And i sure dont know why it got worse with a new hyd system.
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Re: Having Problem, need help NOW PLEASE!! LOL work in 4 hours

The hydraulics just release the clutch by moving a fork in the bell housing of the transmission. They have nothing to do with noises.

You need to get a shop to check it out for you or pull the trans and see what the clutch looks like and the throw out bearing for starters.

Nothing can be done at this point without removing the trans.

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yeah dude i bet you money on throw out bearing and clutch plate....throw out bearing for sure
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Alright, so here is what happened, Pulled it apart, found clutch fork was cracked and bend causing rub on the pressure plate. Replaced, and bolted it all together. Still Bad grinding noise!!, So took it all apart again. Everything still looked fine. Except the new fork was still grinding on the pressure plate??? Pulled the clutch and pressure plate, and mechanically every thing looked fine except for the grinding on the outside from the fork, and a weird kinda off set groove one the fingers of the pressure plate. HHmm.. WELL, after some work and multiple calls to peter, we discovered the fingers were twisting under load, causing the throw out bearing to not sit on all four fingers and thus unloading half the clutch, and when mashed into the fire wall was releasing all the clutch but after this mutch travel, the fork was into the pressure plate. So... Peter being the outstanding guy that he is, and everyone else says he is, mailed me a new diaphram type pressure plate. Got It all back in and buttoned up tonight, and it feels like a freaking champ, locks up super nice! GOD I am glad to have this resolved.

thanks for your help guys

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