I'm not sure about repair, but I did have that same issue with my 92. The clutch started to fall apart, and then quite literally fell to pieces and I have no idea where it fell off. I figured no big deal, cause there would be no clutch engaging, so I left it. But then, after a while, I started noticing a lot of noise coming from under the hood, and I realized later that it was the A/C pulley'* bearings were just running metal on metal, so I eventually bypassed the pulley with a smaller belt. I have thought about having the A/C replaced, but haven't gotten around to it yet. Let me know if you come up with a different solution.
I would possibly recommend bypassing it the same as I did for the time being, until you find a solution, otherwise your clutch/pulley could break apart as well.
Sorry I couldn't be of more help.
Originally Posted by WillWren
If I fart dust, you fart cosmic radiation from the big bang.
134K miles... Rice pipe intake w/K&N racing filter, 180 t-stat, Rear Sensatracs, Perf Endlinks, tinted tails, custom gauges. Pioneer DE-1700 CD Player with 4"x6" 2-ways and 6x9" 3-ways
But no matter what, I can't seem to stop breaking engine mounts...
92 Bonneville SE - Blue Devil