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Old 06-29-2019, 09:05 AM   #76 (permalink)
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How close can you get it before it binds?


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Old 06-29-2019, 03:47 PM   #77 (permalink)
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@djtodd It feels like it's going up to where the splines meet and then stops. I've tried turning the shaft from the rear of the tranny but it wont budge when I'm that close but spins freely when separated. From what I've read on the internet it's supposed to slide in like butter if the splines are lined up so I think that's the problem. I dont know and I'm pissed this is the only thing that keeps me from finishing the car.
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Hmm. Pilot bushing is good?

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Yeah got the Zspeed EZ clutch kit that came with everything because CSC failed. New pilot ushing. Started is detached and tucked back.
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Got it in. Just had to put on my favorite music and make a small jack adjustment and then shoved it in.
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^^So like most things , just keep pushing.. eventually it'll go in
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Do I need to worry about the clutch and pressure plate alignment if I am just replacing the CSC?
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Nope. Not if you’re leaving the pp in place.


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thank you. my first z made it to nearly 40k with no csc issue, my new is having issues with less thank 20k
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