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Hello all,
Can anyone tell me the torque setting for the excedy clutch on a d22?
Just about ready to refit the box and I have realised I dont have the information.
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Paul
 

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Many thanks, gearbox back on today but now my clutch pedal just goes straight to the floor and all I did was take off the slave. Have I done something very wrong?
 

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It does not seem to be, when I removed the slave to change the clutch I let a bit of fluid out by mistake from the banjo, I suspect it may have air in it as it all worked fine before I did the clutch swap. The other thing is at the moment the back of the car is higher up than the front, so does this mean I need to get it level before trying to bleed, also what is the correct way to bleed the clutch as the are 2 bleed nipples in the system?? Many thanks, Paul
 

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You don't need to get it level before bleeding. I wasn't aware there were two bleed nipples, I would try bleeding from one of them and see what happens.
 

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Ok, finally found out why the clutch slave kept blowing out of the bore. My clutch fork dimple had become a small hole and the pushrod was therefore too short as some was sticking thru the clutch for too much, I made a longer pushrod on the slave cylinder with a fat end at the fork.end to limit the amount it pushes into the fork and now it seems to work fine
 

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Not common, it is likely a previous owner rested their for on the clutch pedal for many many miles which wore the hole.
 
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