item(s) totaling $
See if this part fits a specific vehicle.
|This product doesnt fit any of your saved vehicles||Check Fit for another vehicle|
|Package Contents:||1 Pilot Bearing|
Do you have questions about this product?(earn points for answers!)
Ask a question, get answers from real customers and in-house experts. Or contact Customer Care by email or call 1-877-238-2623.
Q:how do i remove the old bearing
A:Hi Doc, glad to help you! Remove the pilot bearing using the disc line up tool and grease. First pull the ring locking knob out of the line up tool that comes in your kit. Fill the inside of the hole with grease. you will be displacing air with grease. Once its full put the line up tool in the hole and whack it a few time with the hammer. As the bearing comes out, there will be more volume behind it and you need to keep adding grease, pushing out the air as you do it. Make sure you clean out all the grease and shoot it down with brake clean before you put the new bearing back into.
Q:Your decription of the product is wrong.
A:I apologize for the inconvenience caused, I will update this issue to the Catalog Management Team. This is a high quality direct fit Original Equipment replacement pilot bearing with lifetime Dorman limited warranty.
Q:were does this part go? i am haveing trouble with shifting into gear. replaced clutch,slave,master. cann't build up pressure to ingauge. no leaks anywhere.
A:The clutch pilot bearing provides a rotating link between the engine crankshaft and the transmission input shaft. When the clutch is not fully applied, the engine crankshaft speed and the transmission input shaft speed are different. The clutch pilot bearing allows the transmission input shaft which extends into the engine crankshaft to rotate independently at these times.When the clutch is fully applied, the engine crankshaft and transmission input shaft rotate as one and the clutch pilot bearing is not needed.
A:the clutch cylinder must be bled just like a brake master cylinder by your description of the problem it sounds like you have air in the clutch slave.