If the wet clutch doesn't seem to be working and you did bleed down the fluid ram shaft box that press
against the clutch rod to engage it? Pump the clutch to see if this rod is working or moving the clutch arm? If so then you have a clutch disc or pressure plate problem and it would be wise to do a clutch job and have the flywheel grided to if it still
good, install throughout bearing, clutch disc, pressure plate, incert all new and then it will be good to good for many miles. The wet hydro clutches are not ment to pop and try to spin the tires et'al'. The fluid only supplies enough movement to operate the clutch for shifting use some wisdom in the matter.
Wednesday, January 16th, 2008 AT 6:43 PM