Re: M20 not disengaging.....additional questions
For those of you still interested. I wanted to try one more thing before pulling trans. I jacked up the rear wheels and started the car in gear. With engine running and tires rolling I pushed the clutch in and hit the brakes. By the 3 rd time hitting the brakes with clutch in, whatever was holding up the clutch broke free. The clutch now free wheels an disengages correctly. I shifted into every gear easily and clutch disengages nicely. No noises, sounds or any thing that would indicate something wasn't right to begin with.
So I can only assume I either had a clutch disc stuck to the flywheel or an input shaft stuck inside the pilot bearing. It appears things are OK for now but if that pilot bearing was a little tight I may need to keep an eye on it for now.
'64 SS Coupe, 4 spd Muncie M-20, 12 bolt 3:42, 350sb 9.75:1, Edelbrock RPM top kit with roller cam, EB 600cfm carb.
Weekends need to be 4 days long every week.....
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