Man, I'm sorry to hear that. If you're not attached to you car, maybe you should just sell it and get another Supra... It sounds like the car is just bad luck...
traxon said:This is unbelievable. I just had a new flywheel, rps pressure plate, and stock disc put in my car.. and now it won't DISENGAGE and nobody can figure out why. They tried adjusting the clutch pedal but that didn't help. There is zero freeplay in the pedal. What could be wrong? Did one of my cylinders just happen to die all of a sudden? They SEEM to be working fine, both are moving, no leaks, etc. That is my only guess. I'm pretty sure the mechanic that was working on my car this time did everything exactly right. I made him read the toyota manual and a clutch install guide I printed out from mkiv.com just to make sure he wasn't missing something vital.
In case you haven't followed my clutch story, this is basically what has happened so far. I had an rps 6puck clutch and the springs in the disc all broke for unknown reasons, so I replaced everything with new parts and put in an AZ disc instead. That entire setup completely wore itself out within a week, for unknown reasons. It was thought that the pressure plate bolts were loose, but they were not, so now I have no explanation for what happened whatsoever. And now I just put in the new clutch and it just won't work at all.
Good news, however! I've just been notified that there is a guy at the shop that is hooked on my car and determined to buy it! So maybe I can just get rid of the damn thing and start over!!