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Old 05-18-2013, 04:30 PM
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chattery clutch

I have a 59 f100 that when starting to disengage the clutch its very chattery. Any suggestions where to start. Everything looks good. I have a new slave cylinder on it. The plates look to be free of oil and grease. The system has been bleed of air?
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I have a 59 f100 that when starting to disengage the clutch its very chattery. Any suggestions where to start. Everything looks good. I have a new slave cylinder on it. The plates look to be free of oil and grease. The system has been bleed of air?
Release bearing hub?
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Check your motor mounts. If they get loose the motor may be jumping around and just feel like a chatter. You may be able to just tighten the motor mount bolts.
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i have also seen spring bolts loose on the rear end make it feel like it was the clutch if you weren't really thinking about it.
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