Question about 2002 Dodge Ram Maxi
I just added a bunch of upgrades...and not the clutch is wacky.
I can push the clutch pedal all the way to the floor from first to second.
It's hard to shift from 2nd to 3rd...and when I reverse I have to stop/shut down the truck to get the clutch out of gear so I can start it back up again and go forward...
Clutch plate? Master cylinder fluid?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if master cylinder and slave cylinder.is good and have brake fluid is in system and no leaks.problem is in the clutch and pressure plate.
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
This is most likely an issue with the clutch slave cylinder... Typically, if the clutch master cylinder fails, the clutch pedal will not return and [usually] sinks to the floor under it's own weight. If the pedal returns, it's typically a clutch slave cylinder issue. The best thing to do is to replace both cylinders so that you'll not have to worry about either cylinder failing again.
Posted on Dec 07, 2009
Testimonial: "what would be estimate for repair?"
the car will maintain 850/900 revs in all gears on the flat and only decelerate when the engine is reving over 1500.its called auto idling valve.....(computer controlled..)
Posted on Apr 12, 2010
ok starting where you did... on the side of the transmission itself there will be a 1/2 inch socketed plug that can be undone to add gear oil there will be another on the bottom that can be used to drain the oil. for clutch master, standard brake fluid can be used and is recommended. the causes is most likely low fluid or worn out syncros in the tranny.. check the level of fluid in the clutch system and fill and bleed system at the slave cylinder. after that check fluid in the tranny. if all there is fine then i would recommend bringing it to a trans shop for diagnosis. if the syncros are going out then you will be looking to spend between 750 and 1500 to have it rebuilt or 2000+ for a new trans
Posted on Aug 20, 2010
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