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Sorry about the video but have you checked to make sure that the wires for the starter are connected good and tight? You should locate the relays and make sure the ignition relay is clicking when you try to crank it over. Also try banging on the back of the starter with a hammer to knock it loose if this works then you need a new starter. If not I would get a multifunction volt meter and check the resistance of the ground to starter, negative to ground and negative to starter if every thing reads below 1-2 ohms you should be in the clear on that if the wires are failing and reading high resistance then it may be time for new wiring or cleaning the wires and battery. Now check the voltage at the ground, starter, and battery if everything reads 11-13 then you will most likely need to remove the starter and have it tested at your local parts store at that point if it checks out clear then you will probably need a professional diagnosis.
Posted on Oct 28, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: my clutch pedal one day
Your clutch uses hydraulic fluid just like your brakes do. You have a "Master" Hydraulic clutch cylinder connected to your clutch pedal. And you have a Slave Hydraulic Clutch cylinder connected to your clutch assembly. There is a Leak that is getting worse in either the master or slave clutch cylinders. Find the fluid Reservoir for the Clutch Master Cylinder and fill it with brake fluid as an emergency remedy.
It will be necessary for you to locate the leak. When you do, you can use a rebuild kit to fix the offending Cylinder. I had this happen on an 84 Volkswagen bus (called a Vanagon) The leak was in the slave cylinder. I got the kit and rebuilt it. Never had a problem again.
In your case, You should be able to get a kit or entirely rebuilt cylinders.
Hope this helps,
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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