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My clutch is playing up badly. sometimes it will work fine and other times it will not engage at all. It was low on hydraulic fluid so we topped it up and it improved a little bit but after an hour of driving the fluid level dropped again and it started playing up again. It feels like you can pump the clutch up and it will work but you quickly lose pressure again and can't change gears. I want to read the workshop manual to see if i can bleed the clutch or learn how to replace it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1979 Datsun 280zx clutch problem
Well, Your are going to have to put a few bucks into a new clutch , disc, pressue plate.
A local transmission shop should be able to help you out.
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
SOURCE: soft clutch 1992 isuzu rodeo
If the seals around the shafts of master and slave are tight, they may be concealing a leak with fluid bypassing the piston seals internal to the two assemblies. Either your master or slave cylinders need to be replaced ot have new seals installed. Once you find the culprit and have installed a replacement, you will have to bleed the lines to evacuate air trap in the lines.
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
SOURCE: 1998 S-10 Manual Tranny problems
I had a difficult to bleed clutch on a 1989 S-15. The manual claims removing/ tilting the slave will remove air- but the short hard line used clued me to try another idea. I took a small windshield washer motor and submerged it in the hydraulic bottle and connected a hose from it to the bleeder screw (opened one turn). With the reservoir cap removed, I powered the pump (from vehicle battery) and watched the air bubble out. When the bubbles stopped, I disconnected the pump, closed the valve and had a working clutch. It's called 'reverse bleeding' -easy to do WITHOUT a helper..
Posted on May 09, 2009
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