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  • Bad vibration after new clutch

    Got a new clutch put in on Friday getting a very bad vibration , can't even put foot down in 4th at 60 km without it feeling like car is falling apart , shop not open till Monday , thinking its a lining up problem , I hope any ideas ?? Fly wheel was faced .

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    i wouldn,t drive the car until monday after the guy who did the job conferms the problem. it could be a number of causes .
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    • #3
      Was the new clutch a dual mass unit? Solid flywheel units don't isolate NVH anywhere near as good and could be the cause.

      Cheers
      Geoff
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      • #4
        Originally posted by geoff&vi View Post
        Was the new clutch a dual mass unit? Solid flywheel units don't isolate NVH anywhere near as good and could be the cause.

        Cheers
        Geoff
        It's a heavy duty Exedy unit mate unsure on ins and outs sorry

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        • #5
          Vibrations after replacing clutch

          This could be caused by incorrect phasing of tailshaft. The universals joints may need to be phased....as in tailshaft unbolted off differential and turned 90 degrees. Just a guess but have had this happen on another vehicle. It was diabolical until just turning prop shaft. I'd drive under 50kph until fixed.

          Good luck.
          Cheers
          David

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          • #6
            As this is in the NT section it won't have a DMF so should be no difference. Unless the new clutch has a big problem it's pretty hard to stuff up the clutch install, does sound more like something like a tail shaft, but there are no unis it's a bolted flange from memory.

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