[urq] Sick Feeling - Engine not engaging trans.
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Thu Mar 15 14:14:21 EDT 2007
Bummer. Is the clutch pedal feel ok? The only thing I can think of from a
clutch standpoint is that your TOB slid off and got jammed on the end of the
TOB sleeve, causing a disengaged clutch all the time. Beg/borrow/steal a bore
scope. There should be no difference between the 5ktq trans and the urq
trans in terms of actual fitment. The 200 FW is a bolt on, not sure on the disk
interchangeability, I certainly would think it should be the same. I would
think even if it's slipping but close, with all the wheels in the air, you
should see spin if it's in gear. This sounds to me more like the trans isn't
fully in a given gear. Try popping the linkage off and put it in gear at the
trans ball. Only 1 think worse than doing an urq trans....
Cheers and HTH
In a message dated 3/15/2007 11:49:53 A.M. Central Standard Time,
benswann at comcast.net writes:
As I am getting near firing the new MC engine in my Ur Quattro with '87 5ktq
trans. I found as I turn the engine by hand (tightening the harmonic pully
bolt.) that the engine does not seem to be engaging the trans properly. I
tried the various gears including reverse. All seem to be engaging properly
at least by feel. But the wheels and shafts don't turn, as if the clutch is
depressed. Now I'm depressed.
History - transmission was working perfectly from '87 5ktq avant and had new
fluid before removal. Using 200 flywheel, pressure plate with a 5000 disk.
compared the 5000 disk to 200 disk and they are the same in dimension and
appearance. I had tested the axles were turning before putting in the car,
but now after being put in car, it won't engage.
Any ideas? I hope I don't have to pull it all out again - especially since I
don't know what would be wrong. I've used this clutch combination before
MC engine and NG engine, so didn't expect any problem.
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