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Old February 10th, 2009, 11:52 AM
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Default pulling out problems when releasing clutch

when i pull out in the level it doesnt really to anything but if the ground is alittle up hill and not much up hill either and when i release the clutch and go to pull out the whole frontend shakes and jumps up and down alot .
i have and ideal what this is but i want to know what you think . and the truck has 17,000 miles and the rear main seal seams to be leaking alittle but not much . and it seems to me that the clutch is real easy to push in with my foot . and it seams to act worse the more i rev the engine when i pull out .
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Old February 10th, 2009, 02:07 PM
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Mine was oil on the clutch, rear main leaking, and "soft" engine mounts. The mounts were spongy from age and oil soaked. Shook like crazy with both those problems.
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Old February 10th, 2009, 06:58 PM
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Clutch grabbing and shaking is often due to bad/broken mounts, on eng and /or trans. Also ck the 2 studs in the bottom back of trans. that hold it to the mount, these like to get loose in the trans. case. oil on the clutch disc can cause a prob. too but it usually takes a really bad leak to get in onto the disc.
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