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Old 10-13-2006, 02:08 PM   #1
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Default Neutral + Clutch In = Stall

As the title says. When Im in gear OR neutral and push the clutch in, the call shakes violently and dies. I also cant start the motor by pressing in the clutch.

Ive done some reading and Im pretty sure the bolt that holds the clutch fork down came loose.

Does this sound right to anyone else?

(This is a Ram Powergrip HD clutch on an LT1)
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Are there any noises (metallic, clunking), associated with the shake n' die????? Sounds pretty interesting
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Its hard to say... Before it died, the car was making an odd high pitched noise that was on and off.

The day it died, there was a serious shaking when the clutch was pressed in, but I couldnt hear much. My car is pretty loud (383 w/ 4" exhaust).

Hopefully it will be fixed tonight. I will keep you guys posted.
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