Date: Tue, 24 Oct 2000 00:39:58 GMT From: Ken Washington <kenwashinopsamhlink.net> Subject: Re: Why does my 9000 have a quirky clutch on cold mornings?
I was just up your way, albeit in Staten Island over the weekend. If your engine is warmed and running properly, and you are still on the original clutch, it may be time for a new clutch. Just make sure your lower motor mounts are okay and your fuel and iginition systems are working properly. When was the last time you cleaned your throttle body/plate? I use Berryman's B-12 Carb and Choke cleaner and the Berryman's B-12 Chemtool or Gas treatment in my fuel tank. This time of the year, it is easy to get condensation in your gas tank, or a tank of bad gas from a station that pumps a lot of gas, and you fill up when their tanks are low. Ken Washington 87 9000S 87 900S 83 900T TGhosh wrote: > Now that the temp. is around 45 in the mornings here in north NJ, I warm up > my 91 9000 for about 3-4 mins. My driveway is an incline. So in the > morning I'm usually climbing up a slight incline to get out off the > driveway. The problem is that as soon as i let out the clutch...the rpms > sink and the car shudders. Its just like an inexperience driver who lets > out the clutch too fast. I the best way i can describe it is to say that > the "friction" point seems to be moved. My friend suggested that the clutch > hasn't warmed up properly. Any info?? Thanks > > -T.Ghosh > 91 9000s > 144,000 5-speed