Originally Posted by sro
Ok I'm having the mechanic do the slave for $200. I'd do it myself but I trust him and I'm currently out of town visiting family. It would be strange for a clutch to go like this. I've had clutches go in the past and they've always started slipping first.
evilefij - I could probably get it cheaper elsewhere, but here in SF everything is expensive...
Ken - how hard is it to replace the throw-out bearing? Is there a walkthrough somewhere online?
As just mentioned the gearbox needs to come out. We used a lift and gearbox stand so it was not difficult. Took around 4/5 hours.
Has run fine since then, not a full daily driver but close too it.
In the 110 the gears became more difficult to select and the clutch engaged right off the floor.
In the 2A SWB Wagon it just froze on the shaft while it was idling.