my son has an older (early-90's) GMC Sonoma 2WD. The clutch recently failed and we had it replaced at a good shop. The shop had to re-face the flywheel a good bit. Now the repair is complete, but the clutch will not disengage.
The shop says it is because too much material has been removed from the flywheel. They say that if only the slave cylinder push rod were longer, it would work fine. They want to charge us to remove eveything again and replace the flywheel, OR pay them to lengthen the slave cylinder push rod.
I see from another post that one possible cause might be them putting the clutch disk in backwards. Make sense?
Alternately, is there any harm in them lengthening the slave cylinder push rod?
Any advice appreciated. This is how I feel.
have the same problem?
Wednesday, October 17th, 2007 AT 6:38 PM