Having a hard time getting your Neon SRT4 trans into gear? Clutch engagement point lower than it used to be?

Mopar Clutch Pivot Fork for the 2003-2005 Dodge SRT4

  • Have more than 30,000-40,000 miles on your factory Clutch Pivot Fork?
  • Ever notice that the engagement point of your clutch is getting lower and lower?
  • Ever notice that its getting harder and harder to get your car into gears?

    If you have answered yes to any of the questions above, then you should replace your factory clutch pivot fork with a new one.

    This piece is inside the transmission bell housing, and its what the slave cylinder pushes on one side to depress the clutch throw out bearing on the other side against the clutch. This is a brand new replacement part from Mopar.

    Here is a closeup of the clutch pivot fork that pushes against the throwout bearing. Over time, these two points wear down, and it doesnt fully depress the clutch anymore. This causes issues with putting your car into gear, and with making the engagement point of the clutch too low. So, if your already having problems, or if your about to change out your clutch, we recommend replacing this while your doing the work!

    Clutch Pivot Fork for the 2003-2005 Dodge SRT4

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