That was my thought. How in the world would the fork get bent? The plastic clips I refer too look like a wish bone and attach to the mounting bolts of the slave cylinder to prevent the guts of the cylinder from pushing out too far before installation. Against my better judgment I took it to a local repair shop and just as I figured they convinced me that the master and slave cylinders were bad. Replaced them and I m still in the same situation.
When I stick my fingers in the hole and push on the yoke it moves freely about 1 to 1 and 1 half inch. I m leaning toward the bent yoke theory, or installed an incorrect clutch kit, or either I just plain re-assembled something wrong. If the throw out bearing is the incorrect thickness I d assume it d have the same symptoms.
Any suggestions you have would be greatly appreciated especially if the suggestions don t involve removing the transmission again.
Tuesday, January 22nd, 2008 AT 7:56 PM