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Postby Bigglesgoggles » Tue Mar 22, 2011 11:45 pm

Found this link re. hyundai pull-type clutch which I thought was interesting:

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Re: clutch removal

Postby minto031 » Tue Mar 22, 2011 11:50 pm

i rather have one of these than a dual mass anyday,,my mates dual mass just went on his bora £800
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Postby EvoCoilin » Tue Mar 22, 2011 11:57 pm

thanks biggles i was thinking about the gearbox on the coupe today funnilly enough. gona remove it soon for the lightweight flywheel.

minto if your mate hasnt allready replaced his flywheel tell him to get a LUK flywheel and clutch. most vag cars have sachs units which are crap.
when i worked for skoda (volkswagens really) i must have replaced 150 flywheels. 95% of these were sachs, the luks are better made.
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Re: clutch removal

Postby minto031 » Wed Mar 23, 2011 12:00 am

thats what he had done mate ,,i told his the same as ive done a course on them so i could teach the students about them ...
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Re: clutch removal

Postby Joff » Wed Mar 23, 2011 12:22 am

It *can* be done without removing the clutch fork lever. With 2 pry bars, 2 long screwdrivers, 2 big guys, a broken thrust bearing and a damaged bell housing gasket.

Of course, if you don't want those, feel free to unbolt the arm
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Re: clutch removal

Postby Jackveccy » Wed Mar 23, 2011 9:06 pm

Joff wrote:It *can* be done without removing the clutch fork lever. With 2 pry bars, 2 long screwdrivers, 2 big guys, a broken thrust bearing and a damaged bell housing gasket.

Of course, if you don't want those, feel free to unbolt the arm



Bodgey mcbodge?
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Re: clutch removal

Postby Bigglesgoggles » Wed Mar 23, 2011 9:12 pm

Got a dual mass flywheel on my saab which is starting to fail - part of the reason I'm getting rid of it! Cost to replace is over £1k so bye bye Saab. Mind you I'm not entirely sure why they use them on Coupes as they are normally fitted to high-torque diesel engines to even out the torque pulse imbalance. From what I've heard there's even less of a requirement to have one on a V6 petrol engine due to the smoother power flow so lord only knows why they put them on!

I'm glad I randomly found this vid as I'm thinking of tackling the clutch job myself this summer and would have probably had many hours of cursing and swearing trying to get the thing off! I know on some pull type clutches you can slide the lever pin out of the bell housing. Think thats true for a lot of Japanese performance cars.
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Re: clutch removal

Postby Jackveccy » Wed Mar 23, 2011 9:42 pm

Your saab? Which model is it? My DMF is shot on my Vectra and they use the same engines and platform as the 93 and that :)
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Re: clutch removal

Postby Joff » Thu Mar 24, 2011 10:06 am

Is there anything on your repmobile that isn't broken?
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Re: clutch removal

Postby Jackveccy » Thu Mar 24, 2011 7:44 pm

Joff wrote:Is there anything on your repmobile that isn't broken?


No, It quite possibly is completely broken lol
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Re: clutch removal

Postby Bigglesgoggles » Fri Mar 25, 2011 3:50 pm

Saab was a 9-3 TiD -in other words a poorly built GM vectra with a Saab badge on it. There isn't anything good to say about that car really and I would happily push it off a cliff if I could. Everything had broken on it and I was spending £400 a month at one point keeping it going. Everything was a "common" problem, and I mean everything. Came back to Hyundai after I had a gen 1 but sold it to buy the Saab. Never been happier with my gen 3 even though there are niggles it costs me pennies compared to the Saab and I can fix most things myself. I turn the key and feel that the thing will start and not cost me £400 every time I drive it.
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Re: clutch removal

Postby Jackveccy » Fri Mar 25, 2011 9:25 pm

The the 1.9 TID is lifted straight out of a fiat, Ive had injectors, EGR Valve, flywheel is gone, My turbo is noisy, Oil cooler split internally filling my cooling system up with oil and other thing i cant think of at this stage.
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Re: clutch removal

Postby Bigglesgoggles » Fri Mar 25, 2011 9:51 pm

On my Saab I had:

EGR Failure
Intercooler cracked
Intercooler hose split
Cracked springs
Ignition switch module failed
Leaking fuel pump
Turbo seals gone
MAF sensor failed
Steering lock failure
Seized top strut bearings that eventually failed
Perished vacuum hoses
Pealing dash

and those are just off the top of my head and I'm sure there is more! Any little thing the EML came on and cost stupid amounts to put right. The whole car was a FAIL as well as the Saab brand.

My old coupe had:

Rear drop links

Thats about it! But it looks like my gen 3 has clunking drop links now but at least its not going to make me re-mortgage my house to fix it!
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