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indy 500 clutch

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I bought a 95 indy 500, When I test drove it every thing was fine got it home and the wife and kids drove it around for about an hour and the clutch wont disengauge all the way if you hold the break it will kill the engine at an idle. Any one know what that might be?

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Take a look. Could be one of a couple things.

Your belt is wore thin and it rode up into the secondary too far and got stuck. Spread the halves by turning each in opposite directions and work the belt out. Or a thin belt and primary closed past a point where the pucks got hung up. Hopefully its the first case and all you need is a new belt.

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was fine got it home and the wife and kids drove it around for about an hour

Up, like ST said, I would check the belt. Nothing burns out a belt like the wife ands kids grin

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it also could be the clips and springs my buddies did this last yr and had to replace them

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after doing some internet research I found that it has the wrong belt on it.

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