david.ullrich at gmail.com
Fri Sep 15 16:01:37 EDT 2006
Eurika! Bob has saved the day! Already ran out and tried his suggestion, it
worked on the second try! But I did add a little something to it the second
time, I kept the gas FLOORED while hitting the brake with the clutch in.
popped right loose. Seems good now. Thanks again, the q-list (and Bob lol)
have saved the day again.
1987 CGT 2.3
On 9/15/06, Bob D <bob at maxboostracing.com> wrote:
> sounds like the disk rusted to the flywheel.
> Try breaking it loose by starting it/driving it in first (if safely
> possible), have the clutch depressed and jamb on the brakes to the point
> it stalls the motor. It should break loose after one or two of those :)
> David Ullrich wrote:
> > Well, I got into an accident with the G35, it's not drivable. So,
> decided to
> > pull the old CGT out of storage and use her. Unfortunately, something
> > wrong with the clutch or tranie. The clutch FEELS fine, but it doesn't
> > go when the clutch pedal is is pressed in. The car sat, not driven at
> > for about 4 months ago. When parked, everything was fine. She started
> > up every time, but now seems to have clutch problems. Anyone have any
> > thoughts?
> > Dave
> > 1987 CGT 2.3
> > SE VA
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