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This is a discussion on Help within the Manual Transmission forums, part of the Drivetrain category; i just put a new tranny & clutch and at a dead stop it Shakes cans Chatters i put a ...

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    Junior Member Adam_WS6_'s Avatar
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    i just put a new tranny & clutch and at a dead stop it Shakes cans Chatters i put a nother t56 with the Spec stage 1 clutch my car is purtty much stock..

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    Sounds like the clutch isn't fully disengaging. It's still got just enough pressure on it that it'll try and grab.
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    whats the fix if it`s that? and do i have to brake in the clutch?? and if so how long?
    it`s a spec stage one
    Last edited by Adam_WS6_; 09-07-2007 at 12:06 AM.

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    Not really sure on what you'd need to do to fix it. I'm not all that good with trannies. There is usually a break in period where you don't wanna beat on the clutch but again I'm not sure how long that is. Someone on here I'm sure can help you.

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