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Daewoo Nubira 1999 manual

Have changed the manual gearbox clutch assembly with a new kit but the problem of too much pedal movement with too little declutching. I have bled the master and slave cylinders but this has not helped.

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MAKE SURE THE ARE NO OTHER LEAKS.IF U DID NOT BENCH BLEED THE MASTER CYLINDER BEFORE U PUT IT ON U PROBLEBLY HAVE AIR IN THE SYSTEM.BLEED THE MASTER CYLINDER AT THE LINES THAT COME OFF OF IT.THEN U NEED TO BLEED THE REAT OF THE BRAKES IN THIS ORDER.RIGHT REAR,LEFT FRONT,LEFT REAR.RIGHT FRONT.WHEN BLEEDING THE BRAKES WAIT 15 SECONDS BETWEEN PUMPS OF THE BRAKE PEDAL.IF U GO TO FAST U CAN DAMAGE THE MASTER CYLINDER.GOOD LUCK

Posted on May 01, 2009

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a lot of times frontwheel drive transaxle gearboxs have the filler hole located where the speedo drive goes into the gear box so you remove that n then tip your oil in... in the workshop manual it will say theres a certain position to fill it to on the speedo drive so in fact the speedo drive is your dipstick..from the info ive got in front of me the transmission takes 75w-90 gear oil n 1.8 litres fill capacity

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SOURCE: clutch problems on a 1999 daewoo nubira

It's your slave cylinder most likely. Assuming you don't have any leaks in the system. Your pedal is connected to a hydraulic cylinder. It should be up under the dash. Follow the pedal up until you see it.

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Regards Darryl, you have a leak try bleeding the system then lube the contact ball which you should of done when replacing the slave, also could have master going out happens all the time weakest point in the system is the first to go out.

Posted on Jul 01, 2009

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check the clutch cable as it may be broken. What you have is the clutch not disengaging when you put your foot on the pedal and this indicates a slipped cable adjustment or a broken cable . If hydraulic then the system is full of air and needs bleeding or the slave cylinder and master cylinder need replacing.

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It's your slave cylinder most likely. Assuming you don't have any leaks in the system. Your pedal is connected to a hydraulic cylinder. It should be up under the dash. Follow the pedal up until you see it.

Mar 28, 2009 | 1999 Daewoo Nubira

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