Originally Posted by jokerchief462
Resurface the flywheel and not smooth like a brake rotor it should be textured. I am not a machinist but there is a difference. If the pressure plate is good I would suspect maybe the little clutch is just not up to the task.
sort of picture the way a fresh hone looks on a cylinder wall... it's not a polished smooth, but a cross-hatch pattern
brings back funny memories.... my grandfather (RIP) was a mechanic all his life - top notch, could set timing to within half-degree just by sound and feel. could usually diagnose a problem before even opening the hood.
anyway, when he would do a clutch replacement, while the trans was out, he would start the engine, and get under the car with just a piece of 150 grit emery paper and a lit lucky strike hanging from his teeth and resurface the flywheel by hand with the engine running, using the engine as sort of a lathe... the man was nuts but could run circles around most other mechanics who had twice the diagnostic equipment & machinery.
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