Join Date: Jul 2005
Location: Laclede, Id, USA
Re: Weep hole for clutch housing
I had the engine seal go bad. My clutch slipped so bad couldn't go anywhere. Had to replace the fibre plate, blasted the steels. Which if I had a weep hole, I could have told by tasting it compared to clutch fluid, but I didn't so instead of letting my extended warranty repair it if it was the engine seal for free, I took the chance it was the clutch cylinder and guessed wrong and did it myself. I could not have afforded the repair if it was the clutch so, a rock and a hard place. Drill the hole like they show it. I did mine when my case was off so I didn't hit anything important. Engine seals do go easily. These are some needy machines and some were assembled poorly to my estimation.
Brian A. Brodhead
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