62vair at gmail.com
Sun Jul 18 17:12:54 EDT 2010
Gents, to all that gave suggestions, thank you. I found the problem in about
two seconds with my wife pushing the clutch in, the emergancy brake cable
has no grommet at the exit from the tunnel and the clip that pulls the
actual cable that goes to the rear wheels is catching on the swedged fitting
on the clutch cable. Will have to get that grommet!
I tied up the brake cable temporarily to test and the clutch works great.
On Tue, Jun 29, 2010 at 1:51 PM, lewisrishel <lewrish at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> Since there is a "twang" sound, it appears to me the thing is cable
> Now, knowing that there is a threaded rod on the trans end of this cable,
> pears to me it must be catching on something, holding for awhile, then
> releasing. Take a look at the end of this thing and see of there is some
> it could hang up.
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