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Unread 04-09-2013, 08:57 PM   #1
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Clutch acting wierd?

Just this past weekend I replaced the clutch, new pressure plate, disc, pilot and throw-out bearing. Now the issue is when I'm starting off in either reverse or first and as I release the clutch and accelerate I get some shaking in the rear end. Could it be I need to bleed the clutch again or could it be the driveline? Not sure need some help please!!!

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Unread 04-10-2013, 06:36 AM   #2
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Check your transmission mount and the stabilizer bushings. I found that my stabilizer bushing had vanished and my entire tranny/t-case would shake in 1st. You may also want to check the engine mounts.
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When tightening down the tranny mount do I tighten the torx arm first then the mount bolts? Any suggestions would be greatful! Thanks!
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I recently changed out my bushings on the torque arm. II put the stabilizer stud in with the bushings and tighten them down. Then I put the cross member on tighten the bolts on the mount. Then I tighten the torque arm.
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