Btw, with the civic in st gear, i can push and move the car with some effort. In neutral, very easily.
After getting underneath the civic again and manually pulling the shift rod bars back and forth there are two long metal rods. One attached underneath to the shifter which attaches to the transmission that is intact, actuating gears when moved the other long rod appears to attach underneath to the base of the whole shift assembly the other end to a chassis bushing near the transmission. I m not sure what the nd rod even does, but when manually moving it, it appears very loose at the base of the shift assembly which is itself moving, and loose at the bushing end. A lotta play in the nd rod really a long metal bar. Since messing around with the linkage underneath, the car will no longer go into gear without depressing the clutch. But, while in any gear, releasing the clutch, the rpms only decrease slightly. It never comes close to stalling. Really don t know what i did to change the symptom. Before it would go into gear with no clutch abnormal, now it will not normal. Any ideas, sir?
If i can shift into any gear, engine on, no grinding, not even depressing clutch pedal. Is the clutch shot? Shift linkage appears intact, slave cylinder action o. K. Happened right after getting towed home on a battery failure.
How do you verify the old clutch isn t an aftermarket part or a fake original part that contains asbestos?
I love how small and light weight the clutch is in this car after doing a valve cummins clutch this is much preferred haha. Cool video!
That noise is the input shaft bearing for the manual transmission and it going bad is a very common problem with this generation of honda civic.
Does anyone know what that retainer clip does?
My civic does that
Hard to find mechanics like this who know their shit. This guy is the real deal. I wanna live near him
Thank you so much
My honda prelude will not go into gear when it is turned on i changed the master and the slave cylinder and it still doesnt work. And i have no idea what else it could be my mechanic said it might be the clutch. Could it be the flywheel too?
What damage can happen to transmission if you drive miles without the dowel pins? I did not realize they werent there, took it backout and put them in and it wants to grind in second, air seems all out. The trans is new not rebuilt, thanks for your time
Oh that s awesome, it was a great video, i was just curious.
Why didn t you replace the input shaft bearing?
What s the sound amplifying device you re using to listen to the bearing noise?
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Pedal free play adjustment would have solved the issue.
Honestly they should supply more high temp grease. More likely it aka the clutch throwout bearing can fail from not properly from not being lubed up properly.
Honestly they should supply more high temp grease. More likely it aka the clutch throwout bearing can fail from not properly from not being lubed up properly