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Clutch not engaging

2001 Ford Ranger no fluid from clutch cylinder to transmission

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  • teresasmith7 Nov 28, 2008

    there is no leaks. we check the bleeder and getting air no fluid



  • Anonymous Feb 11, 2009

    Problem with air getting into the clutch fluid system which will not allow me to change gears. Once the bleeding of air, it shifts fine for about 3 - 4 days.

    There is no sign of leaks of fluid anywhere. What can I do. ( I had the garage do the bleeding)...... Charlie

  • Mike Deemer-White
    Mike Deemer-White May 11, 2010

    Need a bit more info. Did it leak out? are there spots of fluid under the vehicle? How do you know there is no fluid? What did you check and where?

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If there is no fluid in the clutch cylinder then check that part of the system for leaks and repair/replace the componant. If it is the cylinder and not the pipe work, then the rubber seals have worn to excass. You may beable to buy the seals to repair the cylinder but I fear if that is the case of a new cylinder.

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  • James Raymond Williams
    James Raymond Williams Nov 28, 2008

    If there is no fluid in the clutch cylinder then check that part of the system for leaks and repair/replace the componant. If it is the cylinder and not the pipe work, then the rubber seals have worn to excass. You may beable to buy the seals to repair the cylinder but I fear if that is the case of a new cylinder.

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Ok you want to check if your slave cylinder is bled and that is the pressure plate. However, the clutch may have pressure, it dose not always engage the clutch all the way witch would cause a slamming of the clutch. Anothing thing is to check is that if you have had your clutch changed recently make sure that the proper clutch has been in staled because there are a couple diffrent choises out their. If thats not it all I can think of is your slave cylinder fluid is low. You can use a hand held brake vaccum bleeder to do this as well and it removes a bunch of the air.

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Use the wrench to close the bleeder valve and remove the flex line from the bleeder valve and this should complete your job.

I hope you have the best of luck with this project!

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