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Old 9th October 2019, 04:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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R32 doesn't move when in gear

Got an 89 R32 4wd, clutch is working fine, used borescope to check, but when you put it in gear nothing happens. Clutch is spinning, but not any of the wheels. Thought I might need to bleed Attesa system but don't know if that will help.
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Attesa only effect front wheels.
My guess is your ingoing shaft has snaped. Or outgoing, but then you should get crunches when changing gear without clutch.
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My guess is your ingoing shaft has snaped. Or outgoing, but then you should get crunches when changing gear without clutch.
Unless the Crown Wheel or Pinion has been utterly destroyed inside the Nissan R200 Rear Differential, This way the Cars Clutch would work perfectly and You'd have no grinding/crunching or other untoward unpleasant noises when trying to move the vehicle.
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What i meant was:
If you put it in gear gear when standing still, engine running, without using the clutch and theres no crunch, id say ingoing shaft in gearbox is off and nothing inside the gearbox is turning.
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If you put it in gear gear when standing still, engine running, without using the clutch and theres no crunch, id say ingoing shaft in gearbox is off and nothing inside the gearbox is turning.
Agree Spiidfriik! Its either going to be a Fubar'd Gearbox or a F#@ked Differential that's going to be at fault when the Car has no Drive but Its Clutch is working as intended. Neither unfortunately are going to be cheap or easy to fix....
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Thanks for all the info, I really appreciate it.
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