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post #16 of 20 Old 03-05-2008, 12:24 PM
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I Put The Clutch Kit In...................the Toolbox. Haven't Installed It Yet. Been Putting It Off. Hopefully I'll Get To Do It Before To Long
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I know this is reviving a decade old thread, but I also have a 92 pickup. I had the same problem, replaced the clutch, and nothing. It turns out, the bracket that holds the pedals is prone to metal fatigue. And when it breaks, it bends the bracket out instead of disengaging the clutch when you depress the pedal. They aren't difficult to remove, and if you know how to weld, it's an easy fix. If not, then just take to a metal shop and they can weld and reinforce it for around $30 usually.
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I just did my clutch on a 93 2wd. A couple of things that I didn't read on any forums: 1. the tranny comes out and goes back in by flipping it upside down first. 2: to rotate it upside down or back right side up on the re-installation the bolts for the torsion bars that go through the cross member need to be removed or at least backed all the way out. A couple of videos I found on YouTube don't show this, just say it was really difficult and couldn't film while they were doing it. The wet paper and grease method of removing the pilot bearing both work well, not that big a deal to clean up the grease. I used a 1/2 inch bolt for the tool to compress the grease/paper it fit perfect and I could use a nut to extract it to refill the cavity. I did it on jack stands and had a cheap Harbor Freight jack but it was nice to have a helper (thanks Mike!) to put it back in. I did the rear main, oil pan gasket and trans seals at the same time. The Aisin clutch kit is working well and not too much pedal pressure for my teenage daughter to deal with.

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In case JHattan hasn't done his yet. I just did my clutch on a '93 2wd. A couple of things that I didn't read on any forums: 1. Because the cross member under the aft end of the tranny is welded in place, the trans comes out and goes back in by flipping it upside down first. 2: to rotate it upside down or back right side up on the re-installation the bolts for the torsion bars that go through the cross member need to be removed or at least backed all the way out. A couple of videos I found on YouTube don't show this, just say it was really difficult and couldn't film while they were doing it because they were too busy cussing. The wet paper and grease method of removing the pilot bearing both work well, not that big a deal to clean up the grease. I used a 1/2 inch bolt for the tool to compress the grease/paper, it fit perfectly and I could use a nut to extract it to refill the cavity. I did it on jack stands and had a cheap Harbor Freight jack but it was nice to have a helper (thanks Mike!) to put it back in. I did the rear main, oil pan gasket and trans seals at the same time. The Aisin clutch kit is working well and not too much pedal pressure for my teenage daughter to deal with.

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