I think my clutch is on it's way out.
there is some sort resistent when press down the
pedal and when it is down, then it's hard to get
it in gear.
and when i change gear it's with alot of noise
do i need any special tools to change the clutch?
Is there anyone who has done a cluthc job before?
It's 2.0 ts 16v 1996.
a clutch job on these isnt too bad and you dont need any special tools.the only problem if your doing it at home is the weight of the gearbox they are very heavy and can be a bit tricky to get out over the subframe,its not soo bad in the workshop where we have the lift and gearbox jack.
have you made sure the hydralics arnt leaking.?
not too bad to do done my 96 1.8 recently 2 man job for lifting box out from underneath while its out drain gearbox oil and fill back up when car is level .make sure you have torx set or good allen keys will do for clutch plate release . if your clutch is like mine was youll be a happy man when done .it took me about 6 hrs all in 2 men im not a mech just a have a go but my brother is ex top rover mech and he reckons straight forward ,longest time spent getting box out ,lower a couple of engine mounts oh and if the 1.8 is like the 2.0 youll love them starter motor bolts .
good luck craig
the easy way to see it all is to remove the battery tray,if you can,remove the driveshaft,hub,suspension strut all in one lump this gives you plenty of room to move about,you can leave the wishbone in place.
just got the clutch replaced.
it took my friend 2 days to replace it. (2600dkk)
(260£) and the clutch cost (1396dkk) (139£)
One of the feders was missing, and a other was on
it's was out(it's was total damaged)
The clutch is better than ever now....
He said that it was a real ****ty job on a alfa 155.
He has just replaced a clutch on a mitshubishi galant gti 16v.... It took just 1 day!!!éven when it has that multi link bearing thing......