Ive been having problems with my clutch for a long while now and didnt bother to do anything about it cause I wasnt driving my car much anyways. But once my car heats up from driving around a while, when releasing the clutch, the pedal will come back as far as the pressure plate pushes the bearing back. Once the clutch engages the pedal gets stuck at that spot and wont come all the way back up.
Im suspecting that the throw out bearing is getting stuck or binding on the input shaft of tranny? When I did my motor build I used the tiniest little bit of grease on the shaft to try to prevent binding. But I guess after 2 years the grease could be gone?
I also think Im having some sort of issue with heat soak on the master cylinder? I dont have a heat shield on the car at the moment, and I haven't had one for about the same amount of time as my clutch acting up. Anyway I think that the master cylinder being 6" above the turbo, probably gets a lot of heat. Is it possible that the intense heat from the turbo is causing my clutch fluid to expand, changing my engagement? Cause once again when the car is hot, on top of my clutch pedal sticking...occasionally it changes from engaging about half way from releasing the pedal, to engaging within the first inch or two of pedal!
Im hoping that once my turbo blanket shows up the latter or the two problems goes away. Has anyone heard of heat soak issues like that? Any info is appreciated!
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