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post #1 of 19 Old 08-20-2009, 10:00 PM Thread Starter
 
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clutch will not dis-engage

I have a 2003 Tiburon v-6, 6 speed.. It will not go in gear when running, cause the clutch will not dis-engage.. I put a new clutch in, and still have the same thing.. check the slave cylinder and fluid, it is extending as far as it can..
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push the slave cylinder in as far as u can go until u hear a 'click' your TOB may not be in place.

does the clutch pedal have any pressure or is it on the ground?

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it has pressure, and feels good..
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sounds like the clutch isnt sliding back and forth.
who installed your clutch

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I installed it, and know its in there right.. Do these have a dual action flywheel that goes bad?
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stock v6 tiburons have dual mass flywheels. nothing to do with the clutch. even if you installed an aftermarket single mass flywheel. the TOB needs to be locked in place manually with the lever on the top of the tranny. flip it upside down and push it until it clicks. sounds like u may have tried to lock the TOB using the pedal which does not allow enough force to clamp the pressure plate.
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Yea, but it was doing the exact same thing with the old clutch in, and the TOB was locked in on that on for sure...
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It could be that the clutch pedal does not have enough stroke. Is something keeping it from returning all the way up. Also, how much free play is there before the pedal gets harder to push. I hope that you replaced the throw out bearing. Perhaps there is air in the clutch cylinder. That would limit travel due to the compressing of the air and keep the clutch from disengaging. Bleed the system just like you would bleed brakes.

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system is completely bled out, and the slave cylinder is fully extended, I have even pulled on the clutch for lever with a 2' pry bar,and pressed as hard as possible.. I have some saying it's the flywheel, and that's what Im leaning towards now
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what type of clutch and flywheel combo was in it from the start? what did you install? did you reuse the stock dual mass flywheel the 2nd install?
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