Question about Cars & Trucks
Problem I am having is that when its cold my car doesnt want to go into gear. When it warms up its good. It is a cable driven clutch. Can anyone put me in the right direction?
First off, is it the clutch will not engage or is it the shifter will not move? If the clutch won't let it go into gear without grinding the you may be low on fluid or you have a weak slave cylinder. If it's the shifter itself then more than likely with the cold weather we've been have, the oil in the trans is cold and thick, do not force the shifter, it may break. When was the last time you changed the trans oil? If it's running that thicker oil to keep the whining sound out of the trans then theirs your problem and you should use a thinner MFG approved oil in the cars transmission.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Audi a3 clutch problems
The problem is very unlikely to be your flywheel it sounds as if your clutch diaphragm spring is either cracked or distorted.Sorry but it sounds like a gear box /clutch job not to bad .The scheduled time is 2.6hrs hope this helps
Posted on May 14, 2008
Could be a few things. Start simply with the fuel system. Always think simple first. Water in the fuel line/gas tank. Add some fuel line drier/de-icer.
Did it work? Yes= done.
No= Check the spark plugs for oil, deposits, proper gap and general cleanliness.
Did it work? Yes= done.
No= check the injectors. Tthey may be clogged beyond what a fuel additive can disolve. If clogged, REPLACE. Do Not poke object into injector to clear and re-install ! You ruin the jetting doing this giving yourself another headache.
This really sounds like a water issue unless it's happening only under load, Then it's timing.
Posted on Aug 28, 2009
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