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The Clutch of my Alto car engages only at the end of the pedal travel. I want to optimise it and make the clutch more smooth.
Adjust your clutch pedal free play (clearance). It should be around 12mm only.
Posted on Oct 29, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: car engages in gear without
if it wont drive how do you kno its engaging if it is in gear and you arent pushing in the clutch it should move forward if it doesnt move then you will have to replace the clutch
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
SOURCE: Hyundai tucson clutch
Thank you for the request. Since the car only has 24,000 miles on it, I would take it back to the dealer. It does sound like that your clutch needs an adjustment of some type. Since I do not own a Hyundai I have no idea what the actual problem might be. I just did some research and found out that the clutch in your car is hydrolic (meaning that it uses a master and slave cylinder with hydrolic fluid to push the clutch arm when you push the clutch pedal with your foot). Trying to work on this type of clutch system can sometimes be a very hard to do. With the small amount of miles your car has on it, I would get the dealer involved in solving this problem. It could be something as simple as bleeding air from the hydrolic system of the clutch or it might be replacement of either the master cylinder, the slave cylinder and/or the fluid line that goes in between those two cylinders.
Much good luck in fixing this problem.
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
Hi. Let me try to lend you a bit of assistance, also.
My fellow expert Benimur is very correct with his input to you.
But...Air does not get into your clutch hydraulics unless the fluid has leaked out at some point. As long as the cylinders and tubes are intact, I would doubt that air is the issue. Short of pulling the transaxle, and inspecting the clutch, there is really no other way to determine your issue properly.
Personally, I think that you haven internal problem with the clutch assembly. It could be worn fingers on the clutch plate, a worn clutch disc, or something as simple as the throwout bearing is hanging up on the input shaft collar.
If Beni's suggestions does not help, you are going to need to pull the trans off, and inspect the clutch items mentioned above.
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Posted on Mar 04, 2009
There is an adjustment for the clutch pedal under the dash where the push rod goes thru the firewall. There is only aprx. 1/2" of adjustment so be careful when making an adjustment, if your clutch is slipping then you need to shorten the throw of the push rod.
Posted on May 07, 2009
hi considering age of car and that you have no leaks on hydraulics? may i suggest you try bleeding the clutch to rid of old fluid a couple of pumps may be suffice ? b/fluid does absorb moisture and heat over time hence recommendation tat fluid be changed at period specified in handbooks ie 12 monthly ?
Posted on May 15, 2009
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