In your message you say " and it stopped working a couple times." That
would suggest that on some occasions the clutch would disengage and on
others it would not.
If that is in fact the case the clutch disc is definitely not stuck to
the flywheel and the problem is much more likely to be in the operating
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]
On Behalf Of Scott Willis
Sent: Thursday, April 29, 2004 9:53 AM
Subject: 60 BN7 Gearbox tunnel removal
I'm looking for help in procedure...
It's the little things that make me feel stupid. I wish there was a book
that showed removal and installation processes in stead of "remove
This 26k mile car (supposedly) looks like it has original carpet. It is
tearing as I pull back to lube rusty screws for the tunnel. It appear to
only have 3 srews on the floor and 3 on the firewall end.
The ash tray will not pull out easily. Should I just keep pulling? Or is
there a fastener of sorts? I suppose I need to peel the carpet off with
arm rest to expose the tunnel. Then after I get all the screws off I
be able to lift the tunnel out. Eazy right?
My clutch will not disengage. I drove it around the block a couple times
it stopped working a couple times. Now it will not work at all. I have
the system several times. My linkage looks perfect. No visible wear. I
getting lots of movement in the slave push rod when pushing the pedal. I
even put a slave push rod on that was 1/2 inch longer. This was one from
MGA someone welded. No help.
Now I suppose I have to pull the clutch and see what is going on in