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Clutch won't engage

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Mustang guy

07-27-2017 10:57:27




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I have a 800 series ford . I replaced motor and now I can't get the clutch to engage. I have split it 5 times still not corrected any ideas?




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Larry NCKS

08-02-2017 01:55:52




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 Re: Clutch won't engage in reply to Mustang guy, 07-27-2017 10:57:27  
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Plate between engine and transmission, on engine side of flywheel



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Mustang guy

08-01-2017 10:58:22




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 Re: Clutch won't engage in reply to Mustang guy, 07-27-2017 10:57:27  
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I am not sure what the backing plate Is? I used the old clutch /pressure plate and throw out bearing. And I also tried a newer set of each.



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Larry NCKS

07-31-2017 20:20:32




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 Re: Clutch won't engage in reply to Mustang guy, 07-27-2017 10:57:27  
Which backing plate did you use? It should be the one from your transmission.



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Mustang guy

07-31-2017 20:08:34




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 Re: Clutch won't engage in reply to Mustang guy, 07-27-2017 10:57:27  
By the way thank all you guys for taking the time to read my post and trying to help me.



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Mustang guy

07-31-2017 20:04:22




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 Re: Clutch won't engage in reply to Mustang guy, 07-27-2017 10:57:27  
[quote="Sean in PA"](reply to post at 15:54:50 07/31/17) [/quote.
I have tried both flywheel. The throw out bearing is working I have measured the clutch fingers everything looks like it should work?]



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Mustang guy

07-31-2017 20:01:16




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 Re: Clutch won't engage in reply to Mustang guy, 07-27-2017 10:57:27  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see .I start it up put it in gear and it will not do anything and yes it is in correctly.



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Sean in PA

07-31-2017 15:54:50




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 Re: Clutch won't engage in reply to Mustang guy, 07-27-2017 10:57:27  
Did you keep the flywheel that was with the tractor originally engine, or did you use the flywheel that came with the replacement engine? If you used the flywheel that came with the replacement engine I would try the flywheel that was on the original engine.



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showcrop

07-27-2017 16:47:41




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 Re: Clutch won't engage in reply to Mustang guy, 07-27-2017 10:57:27  
Next time that you decide that you have found the reason, before you push it back together, measure back from the clutch fingers to the mating surface of the block, then out from the release bearing surface to the mating surface of the bell housing with the pedal depressed. And you will see if the release bearing is going to press the fingers and how much. Can save a lot of time.



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old

07-27-2017 12:03:24




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 Re: Clutch won't engage in reply to Mustang guy, 07-27-2017 10:57:27  
Engage or do you mean disengage. As in if you start it up and push the clutch down you cannot get it in gear?/ That would be disengage. Or are you saying you can start it up and put it in gear and let out on the clutch and it does not move??

If it is not disengaging did you by chance put the clutch disk in backwards??



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