FridgeFreezer Posted January 2, 2008 Share Posted January 2, 2008 After a little bit of deep wading at Slab at the weekend, I seem to have silt in my bellhousing judging by the noise the clutch makes when the pedal's pressed setup is V8 with R380 long bellhousing Ideally I'd like to clean it out (probably just with a good blast from the hose) and get some fresh grease to the release bearing but without splitting the engine & box - I guess the options are remove starter or remove clutch slave, can anyone venture any advice on which is likely to provide better access or be less of a PITA to do? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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