Yes, just pull it back into place catching the spring clip over the ball. HOWEVER, it really should have not slipped off. You may have the wrong clutch fork.Some how I let the clutch fork slip of the pivot ball when I was installing the transmission. Can it be slipped back on the ball without pulling transmission?
Yes, quite possible it is stuck. Some discs have metal in them and can stick after sitting awhile.I aligned every thing up and got someone to work the clutch pedal for me and every thing is working fine. The fingers on the pressure plate are depressed by the throw out bearing. could the clutch be stuck to the fly wheel?. I have tried adjusting the rod both ways with no change in the car lurching when I hit the starter. I put the transmission and clutch back in after sitting out for about 4 months.
If you have the small sealed bearing style, it can do that. I prefer the solid bronze bushing just for that reasons, but then others will tell you the bushing is no good as it can wear out and the bearing is better. So it seems it is like many things, personal opinion.I found the problem. The pilot bearing came apart into small pieces. It messed up my clutch and throw out bearing. Has anyone ever had on the break apart like that.
Could be the crank hole is a tad bit distorted/oversized if the previous bearing seized on the input shaft and spun around for a bit. Could be an aftermarket part problems and the sizing is not factory correct, just a bit off - Chinese stuff.I got a new pilot bearing from napa but it slips in without having to drive it in place. I can put it in and take it out with my fingers. Is that normal?