1991 Plymouth Laser • 226,000 miles
Took my car in for a new clutch, when the mechanic handed me the keys after ward, he then handed me the pilot bearing and said it wouldnt fit, just wondering if anyone else has run into this problem, and how they fixed it
Well kind of important part I would have handed it back not paid till it was installed. Was this a BUBA shop?
He thinks something was replaced from another car that doesn't fit, he thinks the wrong flywheel is in there, it was in the shop in the first place cause i didnt have time to take it apart to replace the clutch, but i might have to anyway
Another question i have is can the car run long enough to get across town to my garage?
It could run and shift good without replacement just good to have new
It shifts good now with the new clutch, if all i have to worry about for now is the noise, thats ok for a few days till i get it replaced, thanks for the info
O.K. bad thing to happen
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