jackaroo clutch

Submitted: Monday, Aug 09, 2004 at 19:15
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has anyone removed a clutch from a late model jackaroo? Just took one out today and the clutch & pressure plate looked in excellent condition (clutch was slipping in 4th gear under load,car,sorry truck has done 120,000klms). Have sent both away to be tested (sydney) as I don't like the idea of spending $1100 if theres nothing wrong with them.Has anyone had any experience with these clutchs or flywheels(dual mass)? l
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Reply By: ColNT - Tuesday, Aug 10, 2004 at 09:53

Tuesday, Aug 10, 2004 at 09:53
Gronk , I changed a clutch and pressure plate assy last year on a 1998 3L diesel it had done 110,000klms it was completely warn out .The thrust bearing failed so there was no clutch due to the pressure plate being a pull type . I fitted an after market clutch assy which cost $750 . All the best.
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Reply By: Tim - Tuesday, Aug 10, 2004 at 22:31

Tuesday, Aug 10, 2004 at 22:31
Gronk
Had the clutch go in my jack. It was a 99TD with a bit under 100K on the clock cost a bit over $1000 to fix, as they were able to seperate and rejion the dual mass clutch with the new one.
Symtoms were exactly the same, slipped in powerband in 4th and 5th but I could still chirp it at the lights??? Made no sense to me but the gearbox and diff place said that was typical of a worn out clutch.
Tim
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