Broken clutch rod?
theloves at localaccess.com
Fri Sep 3 20:56:58 EDT 2004
My guess would be that the rod broke due to the stress caused by either
failing clutch components or bad slave. What ever is causing all the pedal
resistance needs to be fixed before you put your new MC in. I'd replace the
SC and MC and be on with it. If you still encounter a stiff clutch pedal,
I'd put that new clutch in. My 4kq was stiff as could be until I replaced
the whole tamale.
----- Original Message -----
From: "David" <duandcc_forums at cox.net>
To: "Keith Lawyer" <LawyerKG at co.laplata.co.us>; <quattro at audifans.com>
Sent: Friday, September 03, 2004 1:02 PM
Subject: Re: Re: Broken clutch rod?
> > From: "Keith Lawyer" <LawyerKG at co.laplata.co.us>
> > Date: 2004/09/03 Fri PM 03:53:52 EDT
> > To: <quattro at audifans.com>
> > Subject: Re: Broken clutch rod?
> > I had that happen on my old '86 4k. Are you absolutely certain the
> > firewall is not failing?
> > Keith L
> Frankly, I'm not CERTAIN of anything. :( I don't see any obvious cracks
around the master or slave cylinders. Would they be obvious? Since you've
BTDT on replacing the rod...is it hard (for someone who doesn't do much
wrenching)? Got the part number? Approximate cost?
> 1987 Coupe GT Special Build 2.3
> All in SE VA
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