Hard to disengage/engage gears, RPM/Road speed dependent, Help?
Once again I come seeking knowledge from the brains trust. My 6 MPS has suddenly become *very* difficult to disengage gears. Anything above 2500rpm and its like pulling excalibur from the stone. Engaging gears requires RPM matching, or you get the lovely grinding noise. this is all RPM/road speed dependent, when at low speed or sitting stationary, everything works fine. Clutch pedal does feel somewhat softer than usual, and I can't feel the 'balance point'.
Have already had master and slave cylinder replaced, as well as all hoses, system bleed and fluid replaced, clutch pedal feels a tiny bit better, but problem persists. any ideas? throw-out bearing? pressure plate? return spring? other? The clutch surface itself must be fine, because once in gear, you can give it some gas and there is zero slipping. You just can't get it out of gear at 5500rpm, pressing the clutch pedal does nothing. sounds like you've just stepped off the gas and are letting it roll.
any ideas lads?
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