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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: rover freelander
I have the same problem. Your clutch booster kit is broken and needs to be replaced. It is that cylindrical hydraulic component next to the engine. Even if just a small part in this thing is jammed you have to replace the whole thing. Well, that's what the guys from land rover told me anyway. Good luck.
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
SOURCE: hard clutch pedal
You cannot bleed a servo. it runs using the vacuum from either inlet manifold, or a seperate vac pump.Ensure pump is working if fitted (end of camshaft) the pipes to the servo are not leaking by removing the pipe from servo and start veh. If there is good suction then its servo failure. hard pedals can also be caused by pressure plate fatigue in the clutch itself.
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
Buy a seal kit from autozoe, wil cost you around 17 dollars. Remove clutch aster cylinder by firstly undoing the resevoir clamp and remove the reservoir to give you access to the hard hydraulic line and detach the line. Undo the two bolts holding the master cylinder to the firewall and then go inside the car and pull the cotter pin holding the end of the mastrecylinder plunger to the pedal (watch the washers and remember how they go back on). Remove the unit, and strip it down to replace the plunger and releif valve you get from the kit. Good Luck.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
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
SOURCE: I have a 2002 freelander
Sounds like a clutch control problem. Did you check the fluid in the clutch master? If you get a leak and run out of fluid this will also do this. This vehicle uses DOT 4 brake fluid in the master.
Posted on Jun 06, 2011
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