Date: 21 Aug 2006 15:24:17 -0700
From: "deano" <dnorinnospamcom>
Subject: Re: clutch mystery


i should have said that i checked the pedal hole wear. i wish it was that simple! thanks, dean Richard Sutherland-Smith wrote: > In message <1156193425.624222.76350nospam2000cwm.googlegroups.com> > "deano" <dnorinnospamcom> wrote: > > > i love my 1993 900s(298k miles---90% highway). > > several weeks ago, when releasing the clutch, the clutch pedal > > exhibited a 'pulse' at the top of the pedal arc. the 'pulse' could not > > be felt when depressing the clutch---only when releasing and only near > > the upper 1/4 of the pedal arc. interestingly, the 'pulse' could be > > felt with the engine running OR at rest! > > this 'pulse' was intermittent for a week, went away and is now a > > permanent 'feature'. > > now, the 'pulse' has gotten more pronounced AND, rarely, the clutch > > grabs very unexpectedly hard and nearly stalls the car. > > pedal pressure seems fine. thow out bearing has been making noise for > > years and does not seem any louder. shifting is fine. no fluid leaks. > > please help! thanks, dean > > > Wear in the clevis pin hole where the pedal attaches to the clutch > master cylinder. My 9000 Aero does that, it is a design feature! > > -- > Richard and Mary Sutherland-Smith > 19 Webb Road, Wanganui 4500 > New Zealand

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