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post #1 of 45 (permalink) Old 11-21-2008, 09:26 AM Thread Starter
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quick question

Do you have to remove the front and rear diffs to remove the engine? I'm about to have to pull the engine due to a tranny problem.

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Do you have to remove the front and rear diffs to remove the engine? I'm about to have to pull the engine due to a tranny problem.
no just remove the shafts

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Do you have to remove the front and rear diffs to remove the engine? I'm about to have to pull the engine due to a tranny problem.
what kind of tranny problem, you may not have to remove the engine to fix that.

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It's a really bad grinding noise that gets faster as you rev the engine. The Rhino will not move. I just took the belt housing off and looked at the clutches and can't see anything visibly wrong with them. I did not pull the clutches off yet.

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Move the front only.

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sounds like the weights turned in the sheave, you don't need to remove the motor, all work can be done in the car.

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Mark is correct, if it is the clutch. You can do the work from the driver side of the car.

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Are you supposed to be able to move the front clutch by hand when it's in gear?

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Are you supposed to be able to move the front clutch by hand when it's in gear?
Just a little

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It'll turn freely about a quarter turn then it stops. Then if you force it, it will slip then catch like it may be missing teeth on a gear or something.

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