What exactly do you mean by this? Do you mean after making a hard left turn quickly step on the clutch and switch gears, or do you mean get on the clutch during the turn?95GS-Ter said:Hmm...lets see, symptoms of crankwalk:
2.After making a hard left turn, the clutch pedal loses hydraulic pressure and won't come back out unless you pull it back out with your foot.
awd92GSX is right. 99% of the time it is something else. There is no reason to get all worked up thinking you have crankwalk. The chances of it happening are so small that no one on this board should even worry about it. Yeah you hear about some guy here and there that get, but realistically it happens to what 0.00001% of everyone? Your problem sounds to me like you need the pedal adjusted. 1/2 turn too much on the hydrolic rod, and boom you can't get into any gears. 1/2 turn too much in the other direction and BOOM, now your clutch doesnt engage at all. It's a touchy little thing Maybe the bolt on yours came lose. Another problem when the clutch sticks and acts wierd is the Master cylinder. Go check those 2 things out and don't worry about crankwalk.Pldout said:The reason I asked the question above about the symptoms of CW is because the last few days I've been having problems with shifting. I noticed that I would be grinding gears when shifting at normal driving speeds. And just today, as I tried starting her up in the morning, it would not for the life of me get into any forward gears. The only gear that it would let me get halfway into was reverse and it would grind pretty nasty as I tried doing that. I notice the clutch pedal to feel light in the top half as if there was no pressure whats so ever. After pressing down the clutch I'd manually have to retrieve the pedal with my foot to get it back in the correct position. Now my question is this, Can what I am experiencing be a direct link to CW? Or is there a slight possibility that the problem can be within the clutch assembly system? I have to ask here since I don't think I'll be able to have me car towed to dealer for at least a couple of days.