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Old 12-23-2012, 05:59 PM
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Shutter on clutch engagement

So I finally got my motor done for the 97 test driving it around for awhile all is good parked for 3 hours took for another drive now it shutters when letting clutch pedal when making a shift unless I give it a touch of throttle. Wondering if anybody has run into this or has ideas of what it might be? Clutch looked new when engine was out new pilot and throw out bearing before engine went in
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Old 01-21-2013, 04:54 PM
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Mine might be the same

I think I make have the same problem, does if feel like the clutch is rubbing the flywheel? When you give it a little throttle does it stop around 800-1000 rpm's. That's the problems that I have and it kinda sounds like what you having also. I also was looking at a truck for my friend and it was a standard also and it did that.
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Stock Dual mass flywheel?
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Old 02-02-2013, 12:41 PM
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Stock Dual mass flywheel?
Unsure if your asking if we have that or stateing that's the cause.
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Old 02-02-2013, 01:07 PM
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If you still have it, it can be the issue. The springs between the 2 plates can break/weaken, causing rough engagement or chattering.
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If you still have it, it can be the issue. The springs between the 2 plates can break/weaken, causing rough engagement or chattering.
Looks like I got an excuse to replace clutch and flywheel. An expensive excuse, learning little by little with these trucks.
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Old 02-05-2013, 01:04 PM
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Looks like I got an excuse to replace clutch and flywheel. An expensive excuse, learning little by little with these trucks.
Not doing it can be a LOT more expensive; when the two masses separate, the centrifugal force of the engine turning sends all the springy bits holding them together flying outward, and they can torpedo through the tranny case. And there's no separate bellhousing; that's the MAIN case of the tranny covering the clutch.
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i have single mass flywheel in mine with a relatively new clutch that was installed before i got pickup with a bad engine.
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I'd resurface the flywheel and put in a new clutch.
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