Question about Mazda 323
Consult to the authorized mazada sevice center near you, they will definately fix the problem. it seems the hydraulic system problem. which need to be delt technically.
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
Clutch needs adjusting,or if a hydraulic operated clutch, the system needs
or the slave valve is broken. It has rubber seals that compress the oil in the line. these seals are worn out .
or also It sounds like it is the clutch cable. and if the clutch cable is broken. replace the cable. It is really hard to get the broken cable out.so do it carefully.
it also happens if the IT is low on fluid or the clutch cylinder is bad or the slave cylinder on the transmission bell housing. OR the pressure plate colasped-OR linkage is broke - but only if the slave cylinder is moving.
Posted on Nov 18, 2008
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