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Clutch Release Lever and Shaft Making Noise
04-04-2019, 12:58 PM (This post was last modified: 04-04-2019 01:03 PM by sina27.)
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Clutch Release Lever and Shaft Making Noise
Hello,
I have a 96 Tracker 2wD 5 speed, 2 door.
I noticed today that when I slowly depress the clutch, I hear a weird sound.
I took a look at the clutch release lever, where it connects to the clutch release shaft. All I saw was a metal cylinder type bearing, protruding outwards to the lever. I used a flathead to push the bearing back in, and then the weird sound when away.
But after driving a couple blocks, the metal bearing started making its way back out.
Is the part I'm talking about part #7 in this diagram? If so, I do not see a part #9 (is #9 supposed to be rubber?)
Or are the parts I'm talking about parts #7 and #10? (shown on the other side).

SO:
Does anyone know what these parts (the ones I need) are called? And if so, where I can order them?
Would installing them be as easy as just removing the clutch release lever, and then just inserting the metal bushing, then the rubber one (if part number 9 or 10 is rubber?)
I'm refering to this diagram, but the ACKSfaq shows a slightly different diagram, where the bushings could be refered to as clutch release shaft bushing? (part 745 OR 746...)
[Image: clutch.JPG]

Any help would be appreciated
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04-04-2019, 03:06 PM (This post was last modified: 04-04-2019 03:08 PM by sina27.)
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RE: Clutch Release Lever and Shaft Making Noise
Rock Auto has someting called a "shift shaft seal" - could this be it?
https://www.oreillyauto.com/detail/b/nat...20/2552061
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04-04-2019, 09:29 PM
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RE: Clutch Release Lever and Shaft Making Noise
looks like part if for a Suzuki, Samurai.
that problem with this maker and stores that sell parts is they mix years up, and engines.
as seen above.

the word SHIFT, is the key here, it fits on the old Samurai shift boot shaft. aka, shift sheet?

National Oil Seal

Part #
710820

show rockauto page, you used, Oreillys and that photo may be a stock photo (wrong) that nationonal P/n is wrong.

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04-04-2019, 09:40 PM
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RE: Clutch Release Lever and Shaft Making Noise
those parts 7,9,10 are all suzuki parts,
the part 7 on all mine was nylon bushing, not metal, but I forget if it has brass outer shell.
how to replace this , part, in place, IDK.

if you hear noise as you lightly push clutch that is bad throw out bearing.
if that shaft #5 has bad BUSHINGs that will cause the clutch to act very odd. (random)
all this stuff is inspected at new clutch disc time.
even spring 8 borken or missing,
part 9 is dust seal.


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04-05-2019, 02:01 AM
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RE: Clutch Release Lever and Shaft Making Noise
Thanks for the reply.
Even if they are Suzuki parts, they will work for my Tracker then, yes?
My clutch is less than a year old - I just think part number 7 and 9 made their way out. If 7 and 9 are rubber / nylon, then I wonder
what the metal bushing is I'm seeing that is making its way out of part 5, pressing against part 11?

I will order part 7 and 9 from here (under Sidekick SE413)
https://www.megazip.net/zapchasti-dlya-a...ol-3806303

When installing these parts (without removing the clutch), I imagine this could be tricky. I'll remove part 11 (the lever), and try and get the old bushing out. I don't even see
part number 9 on my car - if part 9 secures in part 7, this may explain why part 7 is sliding out.
When installing part 7, do you think I can just gently insert it in? Or does it need to be pressed in with a lot of force to secure into the housing?
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04-05-2019, 02:38 AM
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RE: Clutch Release Lever and Shaft Making Noise
Hold that thought -
looking at another diagram (96 sidekick JS) on megazip, I see this instead of the other picture:
[Image: 12569f8968318a3692f7856829203331.png]

This diagram does not show the same part 7 and 11, but shows something else for part 7.
Question is - which diagram to trust?
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04-05-2019, 05:33 AM
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RE: Clutch Release Lever and Shaft Making Noise
that is a 96 bell you have , mine is 95, so
96 has vast changes.
and the 96 drawings is wrong, that cable is wrong, and is shown wrong in the Suzuki and GM sites. (the rubber end mount is used 96 up)not that cable and not that bracking holding that rubber end, but GM also was late with the upgards here, a fact.
only looking matters, on all 96s and knowing many of those parts changed,
in CAMI factory july 1995 is the change over day for SUZ but GM did it later, (months) My guess is to deplete stock , when not related to EPA law.
as my motto says, fixing cars is easy finding good parts, NOT. (or right ones )

the suzuki bush number is
23264-60a00

see here. at SUZ sales.
https://www.suzukicarparts.com/parts/ind...eid=214820












(04-05-2019 02:38 AM)sina27 Wrote:  Hold that thought -
looking at another diagram (96 sidekick JS) on megazip, I see this instead of the other picture:
[Image: 12569f8968318a3692f7856829203331.png]

This diagram does not show the same part 7 and 11, but shows something else for part 7.
Question is - which diagram to trust?

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04-05-2019, 07:42 AM
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RE: Clutch Release Lever and Shaft Making Noise
Excellent - That bushing number you listed (23264-60a00) shows up as part #7 here:
[Image: 12569f8968318a3692f7856829203331.png]

I went ahead and ordered it; this diagram seems to be for the 96 correct? The clutch cable (not apparent) most likely has the rubber boot, which slides into part 25

(04-05-2019 05:33 AM)fixkick Wrote:  that is a 96 bell you have , mine is 95, so
96 has vast changes.
and the 96 drawings is wrong, that cable is wrong, and is shown wrong in the Suzuki and GM sites. (the rubber end mount is used 96 up)not that cable and not that bracking holding that rubber end, but GM also was late with the upgards here, a fact.
only looking matters, on all 96s and knowing many of those parts changed,
in CAMI factory july 1995 is the change over day for SUZ but GM did it later, (months) My guess is to deplete stock , when not related to EPA law.
as my motto says, fixing cars is easy finding good parts, NOT. (or right ones )

the suzuki bush number is
23264-60a00

see here. at SUZ sales.
https://www.suzukicarparts.com/parts/ind...eid=214820












(04-05-2019 02:38 AM)sina27 Wrote:  Hold that thought -
looking at another diagram (96 sidekick JS) on megazip, I see this instead of the other picture:
[Image: 12569f8968318a3692f7856829203331.png]

This diagram does not show the same part 7 and 11, but shows something else for part 7.
Question is - which diagram to trust?
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04-06-2019, 02:11 AM (This post was last modified: 04-06-2019 02:18 AM by fixkick.)
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RE: Clutch Release Lever and Shaft Making Noise
first off all we dont know what bell you have, nor engine nor trans.
the engine has G16Lnnnnn (L = year) and engine after 23 years have this habit of getting changed out, same trans
the top leading edge flange on the trans (usa only) has date code, same code used for engine and trans, "T" or tango as I call it means 1996
let me now check bell P/n to see if those bored holes are the same,.
hells bells. pn prefix 21341-suffix.

89/90, 60a01
91,56b00
92 56b00
93,to 95, 56b01
96-98, 77E00 this is the year they changed your part.
see as ID 7 above. it unfies the seal and busing as one part. IDK if it fits all years given above facts P/n

why not buy the part an see if it fits>? the lever and shaft have a punch mark for indexing if you look see that. and matters big time. if wrong, clutch acts very no linear at the foot.

let me get the National seal cat up here. real catalog and this pn.
710820

had to upgard ODOBE PDF to read the real catalog but here it is
and see also fits tab. says it fits. so try it. it's not expensive.

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04-06-2019, 08:35 AM (This post was last modified: 04-06-2019 08:36 AM by sina27.)
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RE: Clutch Release Lever and Shaft Making Noise
Now I don't think the national oil seal is the right one, if you take a look at that photo on the national website, it does not look like part
number 7: 23264-60a00, which looks like:
[Image: efd1001.jpg]
(04-06-2019 02:11 AM)fixkick Wrote:  first off all we dont know what bell you have, nor engine nor trans.
the engine has G16Lnnnnn (L = year) and engine after 23 years have this habit of getting changed out, same trans
the top leading edge flange on the trans (usa only) has date code, same code used for engine and trans, "T" or tango as I call it means 1996
let me now check bell P/n to see if those bored holes are the same,.
hells bells. pn prefix 21341-suffix.

89/90, 60a01
91,56b00
92 56b00
93,to 95, 56b01
96-98, 77E00 this is the year they changed your part.
see as ID 7 above. it unfies the seal and busing as one part. IDK if it fits all years given above facts P/n

why not buy the part an see if it fits>? the lever and shaft have a punch mark for indexing if you look see that. and matters big time. if wrong, clutch acts very no linear at the foot.

let me get the National seal cat up here. real catalog and this pn.
710820

had to upgard ODOBE PDF to read the real catalog but here it is
and see also fits tab. says it fits. so try it. it's not expensive.

https://www.fmmotorparts.com/fmstorefron...Kd-z6ROmUk
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