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Clutch problem

Car: Honda, Accord, 2008     -    Back to Fix-It    -    Honda Accord Repair Manuals

Q.We had our clutch replace on our 2008 Hondo Accord 2-months ago however there is a sound that sounds like a loose belt coming from the enigine.
It stops everytime we step on the clutch. We took it to a different Mechanic and they told us we needed a new clutch? So we too it back to our orginal mechanic and they pulled it apart and said it needed a new fork and balls. They are going to charge us again for taking out the transmission...
Our question is.... Is fork and ball something that would routinely be done when replacing the clutch? Or would it not be something normally done in a clutch replacem.

Answer Normally replacing the clutch consists of replacing the clutch disc, pressure plate, throwout bearing, and if necessary replacing or resurfacing the flywheel.
Replacing the fork and balls replacement isnt considered part of a clutch replacement, unless something was noticably wrong with them on dis-assembly.

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