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How do I replace the clutch pedal return spring? Its the spring that is on the top part of the clutch pedal assembly that pops the pedal up when you take your foot off of it. I have the spring already

I can see a few things that I might have to remove first but don't want to if don't have to. I see it at the top of the pedal but cannot seem to figure out how to remove the old one.

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SOURCE: clutch pedal sticks

it is the slave cylinder, just fixed that problem

Posted on Dec 20, 2008

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SOURCE: 96 pathfinder clutch pedal has lost pressure,

usually when this happen you lost fluid pressure look for a fluid leak at the clutch master cylinder under the hood ,it should be by the brake master ,it has a small plastic tank on top with a black rubber cap or underneath on the transmission there is the clutch slave cylinder it will have a small 2 inch rod that pushes the clutch fork ,look for the rubber boot on it ,see if there is fluid coming out of it ,also follow the clutch fluid lines maybe somthing has damaged one and its leaking !

Posted on Aug 08, 2009

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SOURCE: clutch cable connected to pedal assembly broken or disconnected

I have never seen a cable operated clutch on this model, only hydrolic, with a master cylinder and slave.

Posted on Nov 03, 2009

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your clutch uses a hydraulic master and slave cylinder to disengage. It is likely that the slave has been leaking and the reservoir gone dry, thus allowing air into the system and reducing effectiveness. Check the clutch master cylinder reservoir (near the brake reservoir) fluid level. If low, also check the slave cylinder at the clutch for leakage. If leaking, replace the slave and bleed the system. If you need procedures or have more questions, please let us know.

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SOURCE: the spring on the fuel door (2008 Pathfinder) has

these springs are a bare to install. i take the door off the truck to replace the spring aka install it back. its a pain in the a** to install those. take the door off the vehicle which is attached with 2 bolts (8mm socket or phillips head screwdiver) and re-install spring on the bench. remember bare to install.good luck.

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indicates no fluid in the system or air in the system
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To properly bleed the brakes, start with a couple of 8-ounce cans of fresh brake fluid. An unopened can has a long shelf life. An opened can should be discarded within a few weeks. Get the vehicle up in the air and remove all four wheels. Well, okay, you might be able to do this with the wheels on if you can swing a wrench on the bleeder valves.









Top off the reservoir with fresh fluid regularly as you bleed the system. Don\'t let it get more than half empty




So, your next task is to make sure the bleeder valves can be loosened. You\'ll need a box wrench that fits the bleeder bolt. A crescent wrench or Vise-Grip probably will just round off the bolt\'s flats. A little penetrating oil drizzled on the bolts the day before will help. So will some judicious tapping with a hammer to break up any corrosion. Loosen the bolts, but leave them closed.



If you can\'t turn the bleeders without breaking them off, you\'ll need to replace the brake calipers or wheel cylinders. See the above notation about penetrating oil and light hammer taps before applying enough torque to break these minuscule, hollow bolts.



Sneak into the kitchen and appropriate the small turkey baster. Remove the top to the master cylinder reservoir and suck out as much of the old squid ink as you can. Clean any sediment out of the reservoir with a clean, lint-free rag. Do not spill any brake fluid on any painted surfaces -- it will remove the paint pretty much immediately.



Get a piece of clear plastic tubing (aquarium tubing is fine, and it\'s cheap). Push one end of the tube over the brake bleeder bolt at the right rear of the car. Put the other end of the tube into a small, clear bottle with an inch or two of clean brake fluid in it. (This will keep air from being sucked back into the brake cylinder or caliper.) Put a piece of 1 x 4 lumber or some other spacer under the pedal to prevent the pedal from traveling too far when line pressure is released. Top off the master cylinder reservoir with fresh fluid and put the cover back on the reservoir. Fluid will squirt out of an open reservoir every time the pedal is released.



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Your helper needs to be someone who can follow instructions exactly. He or she won\'t get dirty hands so you don\'t need to pull one of your pals away from the ballgame. A teenager in a white dress will do fine. Have your helper sit in the driver\'s seat and await your orders. Here\'s the drill: You say "down." He or she depresses the brake pedal with about the same amount of force needed to keep the car from rolling forward at a traffic light. Then your helper says "down" and keeps the pressure on. When you hear the call, warn your helper that the brake pedal is about to sink underfoot and to keep the pressure on constantly. Then crack the bleeder bolt a quarter-turn.











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Some of the old, contaminated fluid will trickle down the tubing into your bottle. When the trickle stops, close the bleeder. Then you say "up." Your helper says "up," and removes his or her foot from the pedal.



Repeat this process until fresh, clear fluid comes from the bleeder. Any out-of-sequence moves can suck air into the caliper. Yes, the end of the tubing is submerged in fluid, but air can travel past the threads on the bleeder bolt into the caliper if there\'s ever any negative pressure in the system while the bleeder is cracked.



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