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Old 09-28-2012, 08:13 PM   #1
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Civic stalling when pushing in clutch after new clutch install

Okay i know this isnt tacoma related but i thought someone could help me on here. so I installed a new clutch, flywheel, throw out bearing, etc. in my principals honda civic in my auto class. after it was all put back together me and my auto teacher took if for a test drive. It idles fine when you initially start it but after were driving down the street and push in the clutch in to change gear it either falls to very low rpm's or dies completely. It starts right back up after and it changes gear fine. I dont get what could be wrong, because it drives great and idles but after pushing the clutch in it just dies. Any ideas?
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Also, what year is the car?
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How do you even start it then? Does it have a clutch start cancel or something?
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Old 09-28-2012, 08:27 PM   #4
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A misaligned vlutch or one missing teeth will start, so will one with a vacuum leak, or a crank sensor issue.
oh ok
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Not enough info...Did you pull/resurface flywheel? Inspect it? Did you line up the mounting dowel on the flywheel where it should go? Could be a broken crank sensor as well.

The only other thing is a possible vacuum leak when removing airbox or vacuumlines, if you had to.
Hmm didnt think about the air box hoses. We pulled the old flywheel and got a new one on. Yeah we aligned it so thats good. I dont think it would be the crank sensor because it was fine before the clutch install, but ill check all the vacuum lines on monday.

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Also, what year is the car?
Oops haha its a 96? Ek sedan with a d16

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How do you even start it then? Does it have a clutch start cancel or something?
Haha no it drives fine but it just stalls out sometimes. we could just crank it back over and itd start right back up
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Maybe same problem?

http://www.d-series.org/forums/gener...wants-die.html
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Is it an automatic? If so, the torque converter clutch not fully disengaging on deceleration could cause this. A second possibility is a faulty idle air control valve, but not likely if it was working well before. I agree with checking the vacuum lines. In fact, check all the other lines (fuel, etc) & wires (spark plug, etc) disconnected and reconnected as well.
No you wouldnt have to push in the clutch to shift on an auto haha but yeah ill check everything on monday. We never removed any of the plugs, wires or anything fuel related.



And i read through that site. Ill check everything they mentioned on there too
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Is it an automatic? If so, the torque converter clutch not fully disengaging on deceleration could cause this. (snip)
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No you wouldnt have to push in the clutch to shift on an auto haha (snip)
Sorry, I overlooked your comment about pushing the clutch. The torque converter clutch is part of an automatic transmission. Again, it not properly disengaging on deceleration could cause the symptoms you describe. This obviously does not apply to you.
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The torque converter clutch is part of an automatic transmission. Again, it not properly disengaging on deceleration could cause the symptoms you describe.
And you don't push anything in while driving down the road...It is clear he is talking about a manual transmission.
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I got that after his first reply and realized my mistake. I was simply clarifying it applied to an automatic, with similar symptoms. Perhaps I should make that even more clear.
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