[DML] Re: Trans problem-violent shake
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[DML] Re: Trans problem-violent shake



It is possible you have a leaking engine seal and/or a broken engine
or transmission mount. Jack the car up and start looking. Inspect
epecially carefully the transmission mount in front on the left side
for cracks. Depending on how you drive the car maybe you wiped the
clutch disc out and now you are hitting metal. It can also be that the
clutch disc is not sliding on the splines like it should. The clutch
disc has to "float" on the input shaft. If it is stuck in one spot
that can cause clutch chatter.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757



--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "stainlessilusion" <5n-@xxxx> wrote:
>
> Rob-new or reconditioned?-you tell me, I got the clutch disc from you
> (along with other misc. transmission gaskets/parts) and I'm not quite
> sure if it was new or reconditioned. I bought and installed a new disc
> and pressure plate a little over a year ago. The disc would still be
> 







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