My First 'Stang

PinkFreud

New Member
I just got a 2000 V6 Mustang as a graduation present, and I've had a myriad of problems with it. I've fixed most of them, to my bank account's detriment, but I don't have enough money to rebuild a squeaking clutch. I was wondering if y'all knew anything I could do to fix it, or to replace it for relatively cheap. I love my 'Stang, but she's costing me more than an arm and a leg. Any help?
 

Phil II

Cone Destroyer
Welcome to the forums!

As to your clutch woes, squeaking implies your clutch is slipping. Are you certain its not some other problem? If you're certain, then probably either your clutch disc is worn out, or your pressure plate can no longer exert sufficient force. The cheapest route would probably be to scavenge parts from your local junkyard and do most of the labor yourself. The flywheel should be resurfaced by a machinist when changing clutch discs.
 

PinkFreud

New Member
Thanks! I'll relay that to my brother (he's really mechanically inclined) I appreciate your help! This app rocks!
 
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