- Excessive vibration in the assembly
- Driving the car in a high gear while maintaining low speed
- Missing dowel pins between engine and transmission creating a misalignment in the assembly
- Hanging of the transmission upon install, bending the disc or damaging the hub spline of the disc
- Clutch Judder over a long period of time
Clutch Judder Definition: Clutch judder is caused by the clutch components and the flywheel not meeting concentrically or mating properly. This generally happens after the vehicle has come to a complete stop and the clutch is re-engaging. The physical juddering is the clutch alternately gripping and slipping as the pedal is let out.
- Repeated drivetrain shocks, examples include towing heavy loads, aggressive driving (abusive up shifting and downshifting), worn or missing pilot bearing/bushing
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