[V8] Clutch job
i.rautenberg at waratap.com
Mon Jul 3 09:47:07 EDT 2006
From my recollection (on the v8 5-speed), you only want the tool (I
think it comes with the kit) to center the clutch. Use a high temp
grease (like cv grease) for the pivot points on the throwout bearing
and the trans input shaft splines.
As to reusing the pieces on your sedan, well, that's up to you. I
think you'll have a much better idea once you complete the job on the
On Jul 3, 2006, at 9:32 AM, Kneale Brownson wrote:
> I got ZERO response to this posting last week on the 200q20v list,
> so I'm
> appealing here also.
> I'm preparing to replace the clutch/throwout bearing on the new-to-me
> 200q20v Avant. The throwout bearing (apparently) is squealing and
> allow shifting. I got the car off a trailer and onto my hoist by
> it with the clutch depressed and the gear required already
> selected. Got a
> little "smoke" during the ride up the ramps onto the hoist.
> Don't see any need in Bentley for any tool I don't have for
> extracting the
> transmission from the vehicle. But Bentley calls for using "holder
> while removing and reinstalling the clutch bolts. There's also
> mention of
> an apparently centering tool # 10-213A. Where would I get these or
> would I use as a substitute?
> And the book says to grease the input splines lightly with G 000 100.
> What's that?
> Any other words of wisdom for this task?
> Oh, yeah, if I find the clutch disc and pressure plate assembly to
> be in
> good shape (140k miles), should I save them for my 200q20v sedan
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