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Rhino Pac
1997 Pontiac Sunrunner Clutch Kit 4 Cyl 1.6L Rhino Pac - OE PLUS

P311-4527997    04-137  New

Qty:
$89.01
Rhino Pac Clutch Kit
  • ; Flywheel Spec: FLAT
  • OE PLUS
Brand: Rhino Pac
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1997 - Pontiac Sunrunner L 4 Cyl 1.6L 98 1588
Rhino Pac
1965 Pontiac Beaumont Clutch Kit 6 Cyl 3.2L Rhino Pac - OE PLUS

P311-3F46BFE    04-002  New

Qty:
$121.39
Rhino Pac Clutch Kit
  • ; "O.E. Kit Has 10"" Cover & 9"" Disc; Flywheel Spec: FLAT"
  • OE PLUS
Brand: Rhino Pac
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1965 - Pontiac Beaumont L 6 Cyl 3.2L 194 3180
Rhino Pac
1971 Pontiac Bonneville Clutch Kit 8 Cyl 7.5L Rhino Pac - OE PLUS

P311-3A6C1DA    04-505  New

Qty:
$100.01
Rhino Pac Clutch Kit
  • ; Flywheel Spec: FLAT
  • OE PLUS
Brand: Rhino Pac
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Vehicle Trans. Speed Block Engine CID CC
1971 - Pontiac Bonneville 3 V 8 Cyl 7.5L 455 7456
Rhino Pac
1966 Pontiac Grand Prix Clutch Kit 8 Cyl 6.4L Rhino Pac - OE PLUS

P311-3A6C1DA    04-505  New

Qty:
$100.01
Rhino Pac Clutch Kit
  • ; "With 11"" 10 spline Clutch; Flywheel Spec: FLAT"
  • OE PLUS
Brand: Rhino Pac
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1966 - Pontiac Grand Prix V 8 Cyl 6.4L 389 6376
Rhino Pac
1969 Pontiac Grand Prix Clutch Kit 8 Cyl 7.0L Rhino Pac - OE PLUS

P311-3A6C1DA    04-505  New

Qty:
$100.01
Rhino Pac Clutch Kit
  • ; "With 11"" Clutch; Flywheel Spec: FLAT"
  • OE PLUS
Brand: Rhino Pac
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1969 - Pontiac Grand Prix V 8 Cyl 7.0L 428 7014
Rhino Pac
2000 Pontiac Firebird Clutch Kit 6 Cyl 3.8L Rhino Pac - OE PLUS

P311-4939A7B    04-082  New

Qty:
$164.63
Rhino Pac Clutch Kit
  • ; Flywheel Spec: FLAT
  • OE PLUS
Brand: Rhino Pac
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2000 - Pontiac Firebird V 6 Cyl 3.8L 231 3800
Rhino Pac
1972 Pontiac Bonneville Clutch Kit 8 Cyl 6.6L Rhino Pac - OE PLUS

P311-49BFF2F    04-019  New

Qty:
$97.13
Rhino Pac Clutch Kit
  • ; Flywheel Spec: FLAT
  • OE PLUS
Brand: Rhino Pac
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Trans. Speed Block Engine CID CC
1972 - Pontiac Bonneville 4 V 8 Cyl 6.6L 400 6555
Rhino Pac
2004 Pontiac Grand Am Clutch Kit 4 Cyl 2.2L Rhino Pac - OE PLUS

P311-142881D    04-162  New

Qty:
$267.82
Rhino Pac Clutch Kit
  • ; "Flywheel Spec: -0.750;CSC (concentric slave cylinder) included with kit. Note, the master cylinder must be replaced to validate warranty"
  • OE PLUS
Brand: Rhino Pac
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2004 - Pontiac Grand Am L 4 Cyl 2.2L 134 2198
Rhino Pac
1984 Pontiac Firebird Clutch Kit 8 Cyl 5.0L Rhino Pac - OE PLUS

P311-49BFF2F    04-019  New

Qty:
$97.13
Rhino Pac Clutch Kit
  • ; "O.E. Kit Is 10""; Flywheel Spec: FLAT"
  • OE PLUS
Brand: Rhino Pac
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1984 - Pontiac Firebird V 8 Cyl 5.0L 305 -
Rhino Pac
1973 Pontiac GTO Clutch Kit 8 Cyl 6.6L Rhino Pac - OE PLUS

P311-49BFF2F    04-019  New

Qty:
$97.13
Rhino Pac Clutch Kit
  • ; 26 Spline; Flywheel Spec: FLAT
  • OE PLUS
Brand: Rhino Pac
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1973 - Pontiac GTO V 8 Cyl 6.6L 400 6555
Rhino Pac
1976 Pontiac LeMans Clutch Kit 8 Cyl 5.7L Rhino Pac - OE PLUS

P311-49BFF2F    04-019  New

Qty:
$97.13
Rhino Pac Clutch Kit
  • ; (26 Spline); Flywheel Spec: FLAT
  • OE PLUS
Brand: Rhino Pac
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Trans. Speed Block Engine CID CC
1976 - Pontiac LeMans 3 V 8 Cyl 5.7L 350 5733
Rhino Pac
1977 Pontiac Ventura Clutch Kit 8 Cyl 5.7L Rhino Pac - OE PLUS

P311-49BFF2F    04-019  New

Qty:
$97.13
Rhino Pac Clutch Kit
  • ; 26 spline; Flywheel Spec: FLAT
  • OE PLUS
Brand: Rhino Pac
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Trans. Speed Block Engine CID CC
1977 - Pontiac Ventura 3 V 8 Cyl 5.7L 350 -
Sachs
2010 Pontiac G3 Clutch Kit 4 Cyl 1.6L Sachs

P311-0397C97    K70265-01  New

Qty:
$119.84
Sachs Clutch Kit
  • Clutch Kit
  • ; Standard; Kit Only; O.D : 8 1/2 ;I.D : 13/16 ;TEETH : 24T
  • Product Attributes:
    • California Proposition 65: N/a
Brand: Sachs
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2010 - Pontiac G3 L 4 Cyl 1.6L 98 1598
Sachs
1983 Pontiac Firebird Clutch Kit 8 Cyl 5.0L Sachs

P311-3D12EC6    K1675-21  New

Qty:
$111.12
Sachs Clutch Kit
  • Clutch Kit
  • ; Standard; Mechanical Rel.; O.D : 10 1/2 ;I.D : 1 1/8 ;TEETH : 26T
  • Product Attributes:
    • California Proposition 65: N/a
Brand: Sachs
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Trans. Speed Fuel System Type Block Engine CID CC
1983 - Pontiac Firebird 4 Mechanical V 8 Cyl 5.0L 305 -
Sachs
1987 Pontiac Firebird Clutch Kit 8 Cyl 5.7L Sachs

P311-3D12EC6    K1675-21  New

Qty:
$111.12
Sachs Clutch Kit
  • Clutch Kit
  • ; Standard; Replaces O.E. 10" Clutch, Hydraulic Rel.; O.D : 10 1/2 ;I.D : 1 1/8 ;TEETH : 26T
  • Product Attributes:
    • California Proposition 65: N/a
Brand: Sachs
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1987 - Pontiac Firebird V 8 Cyl 5.7L 350 -
Sachs
1973 Pontiac Firebird Clutch Kit 8 Cyl 6.6L Sachs

P311-3D12EC6    K1675-21  New

Qty:
$111.12
Sachs Clutch Kit
  • Clutch Kit
  • ; Standard; O.D : 10 1/2 ;I.D : 1 1/8 ;TEETH : 26T
  • Product Attributes:
    • California Proposition 65: N/a
Brand: Sachs
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Trans. Speed Fuel Delivery SubType Block Engine CID CC
1973 - Pontiac Firebird 4 4BBL V 8 Cyl 6.6L 400 6555
Sachs
1991 Pontiac Firefly Clutch Kit 3 Cyl 1.0L Sachs

P311-3FE525C    K0108-02  New

Qty:
$108.86
Sachs Clutch Kit
  • Clutch Kit
  • ; Standard; O.D : 6 3/4 ;I.D : 3/4 ;TEETH : 18T
  • Product Attributes:
    • California Proposition 65: N/a
Brand: Sachs
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Region Aspiration Block Engine CID CC
1991 - Pontiac Firefly Canada Naturally Aspirated L 3 Cyl 1.0L 61 993
Sachs
1981 Pontiac Firebird Clutch Kit 8 Cyl 5.0L Sachs

P311-3D12EC6    K1675-21  New

Qty:
$111.12
Sachs Clutch Kit
  • Clutch Kit
  • ; Standard; California only; O.D : 10 1/2 ;I.D : 1 1/8 ;TEETH : 26T
  • Product Attributes:
    • California Proposition 65: N/a
Brand: Sachs
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1981 - Pontiac Firebird V 8 Cyl 5.0L 305 -
Sachs
1992 Pontiac Firebird Clutch Kit 8 Cyl 5.0L Sachs

P311-3D12EC6    K1675-21  New

Qty:
$111.12
Sachs Clutch Kit
  • Clutch Kit
  • ; Standard; 8th Digit of VIN # E or F; O.D : 10 1/2 ;I.D : 1 1/8 ;TEETH : 26T
  • Product Attributes:
    • California Proposition 65: N/a
Brand: Sachs
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine VIN Block Engine CID CC
1992 - Pontiac Firebird E V 8 Cyl 5.0L 305 -
Sachs
2010 Pontiac G3 Clutch Kit Sachs

P311-282C1D0    W0133-1840146  New

Qty:
$176.54
Sachs Clutch Kit
Brand: Sachs
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2010 - Pontiac G3

Latest Pontiac Repair and Clutch Installation Advice

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99 pontiac sunfire ac clutch wont engage

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Question From narmer2000 on 99 pontiac sunfire ac clutch wont engage

My daughters 99 Pontiac Sunfire's ac compressor wil not engage. Mechanic was trying to put freon in but could not get the clutch to engage. A/C worked fine a few days ago before we had a used engine installed. He didnt have time to investigate this week so I thought I would take a look. He thought there was a fuse? Does anyone know where this is located or any suggestions? The garage that installed the engine swears they didnt disconnect the a/c in any way shape or form so I trust that they are telling the truth.

Response From dave284

The mechanic should have checked for voltage at the clutch (12 volts)... the pressure switch too its located on the accumulator,... he should have took a pressure reading of the system with a gauge which still let him know that there is still a charge in the system even if the compressor is not running, check these parts then proceed in checking the relay/fuse.

Response From narmer2000

Thanks for the info. Where is the fuse located at? Thought I would check that 1st if its simple.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

?? With all the things moved and unplugged to change the engine I wouldn't be a bit surprised if it's just empty now.

A simple static pressure check would tell. System won't send current to compressor till it sees about 47psi minimum.

If the static pressure is any lower in psi as the ambient temp F. then it leaked out bad! If it got opened even by mistake you can't just "filler up" without going thru a whole charging procedure,

T

Air leak in Clutch System

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Question From theorifice on Air leak in Clutch System

I have a 2005 Pontiac Sunfire that appears to be sucking in air into the clutch lines.

I've bled the system twice and each time, pressure is restored for a day or two of use before I start feeling pressure loss. There are no apparent leaks and fluid levels stay consistent so I'm guessing that air is being sucked in to the system.

Not sure if it's relevant, but if I have the reservoir cap off and quickly disengage the clutch pedal, I can see fluid splashing out of the reservoir.

How does one diagnose an air leak in the clutch lines?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Hmmm? You've bled it twice and it works better. Are you sure when you bled it that air really came out at all? Difficult to believe that air can get in without fluid evidence leaking out but can't say that it can't happen.

It should be using DOT 3 brake fluid which if you are in frequent rains would likely wash away as it's not an oil and will wash off with water. If anything but the correct product has ever been used all rubber parts holding or sealing fluid would give out perhaps slowly all depending how much of what might have contaminated it.

That's a possibility. The master or slave can fail to make or hold pressure and not leak also. Guessing it begins to fail to disengage clutch, hard shifting noted and less pressure required on the clutch pedal. If it pumps up and behaves for a bit doing nothing else and NO contamination possible pick the easiest of master or slave first and check flex hose or just do it all,

T

Response From theorifice

There was definitely air released when bled. I've bled many hydraulic lines before and it bled like any other.

I'll change out the master cylinder and hope for the best. At least it's not the slave!

Thanks for the replies.

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

It can pull air in through the back of the master. That's the only place it ever happens though.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Think you are right and would probably show some dampness if just pulled out some now. Never did get a lot of any of these as nobody in MA could drive a standard to save their life! Are you kidding - more than two pedals to chose from at random!

If that wasn't true it would be funny

T

Response From Hammer Time

The Clutch Master is about the only thing that can do that.

Intermittent Clutch slippage Vibe

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Question From JoeG_Sr on Intermittent Clutch slippage Vibe

2003 Pontiac Vibe (base), 1.8L
170,000 miles

Would there be any other explanations beside a bad clutch for an intermittent slippage issue?

About 2 months ago the clutch stated to slip when shifting into 2nd and 3rd or upon heavy (for a base vibe) acceleration.

Tried the put it in 2nd or 3rd and let the clutch out to see if it dies test and it instantly died - so clutch OK???

Checked the fluid level in the master cylinder and it was low (just below the min level) so I added fluid. Problem seemed to go away.

Clutch starting slipping again this week. Checked the brake fluid level and it still full.

Anything else to look at?

Thanks!

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Fluid loss without leakage could indicate disc wear. First high chance is clutch is worn out. Your test with a higher gear is fair only to guess wear on a clutch but definitely bad if it doesn't stall.


Outside chance that oil or fluid is getting on friction surface but doubt that,


T

Response From JoeG_Sr

Thanks.

How long will a clutch last after it starts to slip?

This is way beyond my skill level so I'll need someone to replace it for me. Is there anything else I might as well have replaced while the car is taken apart?

I'll have a new driver at the end of this month and this will be his sh*tbox to drive around at a low insurance rate. Else I would probably just sell the car.

Response From Hammer Time

How long totally depends on how it is driven. I could smoke it in one day if i tried to.

You should automatically change the clutch, pilot bearing, pressure plate and throw out bearing. With all the slippage yours has seen, you should change the flywheel also.

Response From JoeG_Sr

As far as the other things to change while doing this I was thinking about unrelated items that may be disturbed while disassembling the car to get to the clutch.

The videos I watched show partially pulling the engine. So are there any parts that otherwise would be a b*tch to replace if you didn't have the car partially disassembled.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

No telling what might break in course of doing this? If as you said earlier you just want this as a "sh*t box" and risk wasting time just get a clutch disc and forget all the rest and put up with it not lasting or behaving perfectly. That's an end game to stop it from slipping for now not a respectable fix.


If you need to tilt and remove stuff things might break and or leak that were fine before. No telling for sure.


Other is find a tech or shop that will knowingly do this for you at rock bottom "make it move" understanding that there's no clue if it would work properly if anyone will.


Not this but I have on a flipping truck owned by workers at my place that blew a clutch and said NO, too heavy for me but they couldn't leave so said fine - go get this only (totally rusted out 100% junk truck) and YOU do the holding of parts while I put just a disc in it so it would get the hell off my place!


If any on this job is misunderstood you can end up with it all worse than not touching it,


T

Response From Tom Greenleaf

How long if really slipping?:
Charge cell phone and bring good shoes now! No telling really. If you saw how little friction material is really on them new you'd be shocked they last at all.


OK: This could actually be original wholly depending on driving habits. Some folks this is like changing oil others you never hear of it - go figure but makes sense. The thing to do if you wish to risk nursing it is just time the shifting with engine speeds as best you can such that there's minimal slipping.


Most all hydraulic linkages are self adjusting but check this anyway: Little finger type effort push and feel free-play at top of clutch pedal everything off engine and all. Now, while accelerating or deceleration (less common to me) that free-play must be there. IF you notice it's gone under higher torque loads the thing is riding itself by itself without you doing it assertively! It does happen more often with adjustable types and or when an engine trans as an assembly might move against cables or linkage or rods. Unfortunately it happens by mechanic error adjusting one the is adjustable for any reason WRONG.


Guess for this: It needs an entire inch or inch and a half of a free-play zone felt at pedal.


Otherwise this is fairly typical for a worn clutch. At first you notice RPMs go up but speed isn't and soon after you are rendered a pedestrian - not funny some don't give much warning, some might?


T

Response From Hammer Time

Hydraulic clutches self adjust.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Said that for most. Only some VERY old ones you set once that I recall, VERY OLD! T

Clutch Cable

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Question From kaktus on Clutch Cable

Was driving along in my 2003 pontiac Grand Am and the clutch started feeling...weird...loose. It was a little tough to shift gears Then, it went all the way to the floor and I couldn't shift into any gear while the car was running. I did manage to start the car up in 3rd gear and drive home (15 miles!) like that. My husband says it's probably the clutch cable. Okay. Is it easy to fix? How do I fix it? Hubby's out of town and I don't wanna wait. ANY help would be greatly appreciated.

Response From DanD Top Rated Answer

This vehicle does not use a clutch cable but a hydraulic mechanism to release the clutch.
This mechanism consists of a fluid reservoir, clutch master cylinder connecting lines and a slave cylinder.
One of a few things has likely happened; the hydraulic system has sprung a leak somewhere and there is not enough fluid for the system to work.
The master cylinder has possibly failed and cannot build pressure to actuate the slave cylinder.
Or the clutch itself has failed.
About the only think I can suggest you do on your own is to check the fluid level in the fluid reservoir. If it’s low try topping it up, the system uses brake fluid; DOT 3 is the fluid rating.
It’s also a small system; I think it only holds a few ounces and it is normal for the reservoir to look half full. So don’t top the reservoir to its brim.
This maybe enough for you to get the car to a repair facility to find out the cause of the fluid lose.
Here’s an under hood picture showing the reservoir.
Dan.


Response From kaktus

Wow, thank you very much for responding! If not for your help, who knows HOW long my hubby would have been digging around in that car for the clutch cable.
Thanks again.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

This is early for that problem but it sounds like that's it. BE CAREFULL AS THIS CAR WILL PROBABLY START IN A GEAR AND TAKE OFF!! -- ESPECIALLY IF COLD. T

shifter problems

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Question From bigdaddyof6 on shifter problems

I just installed a new clutch kit in my 92 Pontiac lemans Daewoo import. the stick shift; though it goes into gear the way it should it is no longer in same position as it was and it is like trying to drive a new car again. can someone tell me what I missed and how to adjust it back the way it was formerly?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

No info on this car not sold to this US based site. However, if you put shifter items back on as they came off and now all in a different position you may have bent something in the job? Go back and look at your work,


T

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

If you got used to driving on the old worn out clutch, the new clutch is going to have a different feel to it. I've seen many customers come to get their vehicles after a clutch job. As we watch them leave most stall the vehicle out leaving the parking lot. We even make bets on it...lol

Response From Hammer Time

the stick shift; though it goes into gear the way it should it is no longer in same position as it was

I don't think he's talking about the clutch.

Response From Discretesignals

Oops.