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Old 11-16-2006, 06:08 AM   #1
sixoh
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Clutch troubles in 240SX

Hello, I have an interesting problem...

I drive a Nissan 240SX SE model, 1992. I recently failed inspection for a bunch of things (exaust & calipers). I know a trustworth mechanic to take my car to and so there I go. I knew I needed a new clutch, so I did all three in one big go. Excellent, right? So after I get the car back, I drive it around and then I begin to notice that the clutch was slipping. It didn't slip when I first started to drive the car - only after I had driven it for a while. I tested it out for a few days and the results were the same. I returned it to my mechanic and he replaced the clutch again. Says it was a faulty pressure plate.

Two days later, the brand-new clutch is slipping, in the same way. After I drive for a while, the clutch slips. I have since consulted with my mechanic and everything looks good: new master and slave cylinders, the fork assembly is operating fine, the system is bled. If anyone can help me figure this out, I'd greatly apprecite it.

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Old 11-16-2006, 03:24 PM   #2
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has he checked the flywheel? it could need to be faced or replaced.
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Old 11-16-2006, 03:32 PM   #3
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Is the Mechanic aligning the new clutch properly when he replaces it?
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