- Make sure all the dowel pins are in the correct position on the transmission to insure correct engine to transmission alignment.
- During install the transmission was hung on the clutch causing the disc to become damaged or bent.
- Severe clutch judder over a long period of time. Clutch judder is caused by the clutch components and the flywheel not meeting concentrically. Generally happens when vehicle is at a complete stop and the clutch is engaged. The clutch jerks, alternately gripping and slipping when the pedal is let out.
- Repeated drive shocks (eg. Towing heavy loads, aggressive driving (abusive up shifting,/downshifting), worn or missing pilot bearing/bushing)
- Over powering of the disc
Modified on: Fri, 24 May, 2019 at 3:41 PM
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