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Nippondenso 10cyl Clutch Removal

69Sixpackbee on Mon September 08, 2008 4:03 PM User is offline

Year: 1990
Make: Toyota
Model: Pickup
Country of Origin: United States

Hey, all,
I need to change the clutch coil in my 1990 Toy pickup. When it gets warm after a while of operation it blows the 10A "A/C" fuse. But when I first start up the system and use it on short trips it operates just fine. I believe that the potting of the coil is broken down and the windings are starting to short when it is heated up.
Is this something I can do on the truck? Do I need a puller or can I use a bolt that is coned on the end to remove the plate and then just remove the snap ring?
It looks pretty accessable once I remove the radiator, fan, etc...
Thanx,
Bud

Chick on Mon September 08, 2008 10:26 PM User is offlineView users profile

Just remove the 10mm bolt, the clutch plate slides off, remove the snap ring to get the pulley off and the coil is exposed. I believe the coil on those is held with a snap ring also..Hope this helps..

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iceman2555 on Tue September 09, 2008 9:58 AM User is offlineView users profile

The coil retainer/snap ring has a index factor. Notice that the snap ring is beveled on one side, this bevel should face toward you. Failure to install properly may result in clutch damage.

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69Sixpackbee on Tue September 09, 2008 10:50 AM User is offline

Great!
Thanx, guys!

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