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Ok... so I have a 900ss. The clutch has always worked on it... but I guess I messed up somewhere. I pulled the clutch cover while doing a resto on it and found there was a chunk missing out of the pressure plate. I replaced the pressure plate... never really messed with the clutch, maybe one or two plates fell out and i put them back in but i didnt pull them all. Now I have had clutch problems ever since. The pressure plate has a good bearing that rolls smooth... no problems, bumps, or grinds. Clutch pushrod has good o-rings on it... no problems there. Clutch slave isnt eaten up. About a week ago the clutch just wasnt there and it turned out that one of the plates in the clutch had gone out of the clutch basket and was keeping the pressure plate disengaged. I have no idea what is going on. Where do I start looking? WHat do i do?

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Re: clutch questions (Shibbydevil)

If you have a stock pressure plate there is a triangle cast onto the outer face of it by one of the six spring holes. That hole (the one with the triangle by it) HAS to go onto the spring post that has two little slots cut into its face. The Clutch hub has 37 teeth and there are six spring posts so there is only one position that everything lines up correctly. Once it is correct, the pressure plate never completely comes off of the teeth of the hub so no plates can come off.
 
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Re: clutch questions (Phil 998)

They are lined up and were lined up when the plate came off so that isnt it either.... =0(
 
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