Question about 1991 Isuzu Rodeo
Did you adjust the clutch pedal for proper gap between the preasure plate and troutt bearing. this could be that the clutch is not pushing in trout bear far enough to release and spin free. you can check how far the trout bearing is form the fingures of the preasure plate by removing trans. view plate next to the clutch cyl. I believe it is 1/8 inch gag. you have to eyeball it. Another way of telling if trout bearing is still engaged. when you are in nutrual you can hear its spinnig with a med. sound. of a hum or if you had this issue for a long time you really will hear it.
Posted on Jan 12, 2011
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