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does200 posted:

If the car was functioning fine before transport I just don’t see how they burned through the clutch with that nice transport set up, but that’s just my thought. I’m no mechanic either by any means, but solved my issue with a turn of the wrench. I would snug up the trunnion bearing if it needs it and check the slave adjustment first before doing a clutch. In another instance on my car the small slave adjustment bolt worked its way loose and I couldn’t shift without grind, but getting that screwed back in position did the fix too.

So I removed the rubber Bellhousing Cap and with flashlight peered inside.

There was a strong burnt smell as well as black soot and moisture on the back of the cap and around the opening.

I saw an Orange clutch ( I assume Centerforce )

Is there a way to determine the condition of pressure plate through this opening?

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