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Old 03-14-2009, 12:51 AM   #16
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Read my post. I said " There should be a mark on the flywheel ( clutch holder), pressure plate and pressure ring."

That adds up to three parts, not two. The math ain't hard.

True you mentioned three pieces, but only two of them are actually bolted together. The clutch (pressure) plate is free to spin when disengaged. My question was to the 120 degree part not the number of pieces. I can do math.
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Old 03-14-2009, 03:47 AM   #17
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True you mentioned three pieces, but only two of them are actually bolted together. The clutch (pressure) plate is free to spin when disengaged. My question was to the 120 degree part not the number of pieces. I can do math.

Maybe I was a bit hasty in my sarcasm, my apologies. However the three pieces I mentioned are bolted together. The pressure plate is something different from the spring which is free to spin.
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Old 03-14-2009, 07:06 AM   #18
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Maybe I was a bit hasty in my sarcasm, my apologies. However the three pieces I mentioned are bolted together. The pressure plate is something different from the spring which is free to spin.
I have the factory manual and it makes no reference at all to balance marks. My Clymer manual does however. I got the mistaken impression from the first few posts that there were only two marks, that's why I was saying 180 degrees. If you can see all three marks you are set and can put them all 120 degrees from each other. If you have no marks and didn't put any on when you took it apart I guess you have a real problem.
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Old 03-15-2009, 03:18 AM   #19
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. If you have no marks and didn't put any on when you took it apart I guess you have a real problem.

Well, you just take it to an engine balancing specialist. It's not expensive and they're not hard to find.
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