Don't buy crap products and expect stock results. Compare the prices of a stock setup against the price for the kit that "garage" put in. There's a reason why you pay less than 100 dollars for a complete clutch kit. Sorry, but all you can do is baby it. Some shops I know of tell the customers that they resurface the flywheel but never do. I don't think the customer gets charged for it, but still. Ask to see a receipt for the resurface job.Thats why I do all my own work to avoid hackjobs like this one....Partyboy25 said:well, the ppl that put my new clutch in supposidly had the flywheel resurfaced and Im pretty sure my clutch kit was from advance auto
You may have some trouble with your syncro'sPartyboy25 said:I have also noticed a new sound my car is making...it sound like grinding or something like that. It only happens in 1st 2nd and 3rd between 3 and 4 grand and I have to barely be on the gas.
two different trannies, two different motors... not compatible..AznBoiBryant said:Is the fwd sr20 manual tranny better then the ga16 tranny? Then would it be better to use the manual tranny from the fwd sr20 for the ga16? I mean it would be a direct bolt on right?
Clutch chatter is when you are going into gear, lets say 1st, and the clutch skips as you let it out. Like it doesn't grab smooth. The seal you probably had replaced was the front seal, underneath the crankshaft pulley. Its a very common problem.Partyboy25 said:what do you mean by "chatter"??? I just had an oil leak fixed and I dont know if it was the front or rear seal but I can describe how they showed me it. They took off my passangers side tire and it was in there. They had to take all the belts off too and replace them.
I have also noticed a new sound my car is making...it sound like grinding or something like that. It only happens in 1st 2nd and 3rd between 3 and 4 grand and I have to barely be on the gas.
There's your answer.Partyboy25 said:Im pretty sure my clutch kit was from advance auto