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Remove transmission replace slave cylinder 96 Isuzu Hombre.

Have yet to see any pics or instuctions for replacing clutch and slave cylinder.Is this an easy job since I have the tools /equipment? Is the slave cylinder self adjusting?

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Upper right hand side of transmission. It is not difficult just messy. Also a friend should be used when you bleed the system.

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1996 Isuzu Hombre 2.2 liter SOHC L4 CPC

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I'm having trouble pressing my clutch all the way in to start the vehicle, how do I tightened the clutch cable?


The clutch probably has a slave cylinder that does the work. It might be dry or seized. check that first.

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The slave cylinder would be connected to the clutch arm in the bell housing.

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I have a 1996 Isuzu Hombre. I have had to bleed the clutch a few times lately. Today something gave in and I lost all pressure. No fluid leaking from slave cylinder area but the reservior was empty. There...


Hello buiskit: My name is Roger and I will help you. If the fluid runs down the firewall or leaks down on the floor board or on your foot. The problem should be the clutch master cylinder. However should the fluid leak at the bell housing area.Then the problem is the slave cylinder. To replace the slave cylinder you will need to pull the transmission in order to replace the slave cylinder. Should you need further help please just ask. Please rate the answer. Thank You for using Fix Ya. Roger

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We are trying to figure out how to bleed a clutch on a 1998 Isuzu Hombre. Unfortunately we let the reservoir run dry so we added fluid but clutch still goes to the floor with no tension and gears are very...


the reservoir is dry because something is leaking. The system only has 3 parts, line, master and slave cylinder, so figure out which one has the leak, replace it and then begin the bleeding process. Otherwise you will be bleeding it forever. generally the bad one will be covered in fluid from the leak

Once you have the bad component replaced, fill the master cylinder. tie a long rope around the clutch pedal so the person pushing it down can pull it back up with his hand. this will be needed until the system pushes it back into place. pump, pump, pump and hold the pedal down while the person under the hood releases the slave bleeder and retightens it. this is done over and over until all the air is gone from the system. sometimes there are flat compression washers which connect the line to the slave, make sure you use new ones when you reassemble.

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Cant put my 98 Hombre in gear.


There are 4 parts to this system. First is the clutch master cylinder, second is the slave cylinder, third is the clutch throwout bearing, and last is the clutch pressure plate. These are all the parts that can be the issue. The master cylinder is the part that pumps the fluid to the slave cylinder, which pushes on the linkage to the throwout bearing, which pushes on the fingers on the clutch pressure plate, releasing the clutch. If you drained the fluid out, first you need to make sure that all the AIR is out of the system. It's just like brakes, it will not pump if it has air in it. The hydraulic portion of the system rarely gives problems, so here's a question. How old is the clutch in your truck? If it's over 100,000 mi, then you should start suspecting the throwout bearing. Did the truck make any groaning noises when you pressed the clutch recently, and then perhaps it stopped on its own? These are signs of throwout bearings going out. Here's the bit of troubleshooting that you need. go under your truck, and find where the slave cylinder attaches and pushes on the linkage that goes into the bell housing on the transmission. Feel this linkage; it should have very limited to no movement. if it moves significantly, then your throwout bearing went out, and you will need to replace your clutch and throwout bearing. If not, then it's the hydraulic portion of the brakes, and you'll have to troubleshoot between air in the system, master cylinder failure, or slave cylinder failure.

Feb 15, 2010 | 1998 Isuzu Hombre

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Press clutch down truck still moves foward on a 98 isuzu hombre


If you've not done anything to your truck, check the Clutch master cylinder under the hood, there is a resivoir that should have brake fluid in it. It usually sits next to the Brake master cylinder & is a smaller unit. If nothing has been done to the system recently, and your fluid is full, either the Clutch Master Cyl. or the Clutch Slave Cy. mounted on the bellhousing of the trans. is defective, or has a leaking connection.

If leaking connection, tighten & bleed the system. Check under the clutch pedal on the floorboard for brake fluid, if you find it, the Clutch Master Cyl is the problem & will need ot be replaced. Otherwise, the Clutch Slave Cyl. will need to be replaced. System has to be bled after replacing either & the Clutch Master Cyl. must be bled before hooking up the lines to the Clutch Slave Cyl.

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Feb 13, 2010 | 1998 Isuzu Hombre

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The clutch has lost all pressure how do I bleed the line. Its a 1996 Isuzu Hombre


Down on the trans is the slave cylinder and it should have a bleeder valve on it. Make sure the clutch master cylinder is full and have someone pump the clutch pdeal then hold it down. Open the bleeder valve and then close it. Do this till you get a steady flow of fluid with no air bubbles.

Sep 29, 2009 | 1996 Isuzu Hombre

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Just bought 99 Hombre. My clutch pedal dose not work right


yes you can adjust the clutch unless it is already adjusted as far as it can be then you may have to replace it

Aug 30, 2009 | 1999 Isuzu Hombre

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Where is the slave cylinder located on 1997 Isuzu Hombre?


Upper right hand side of transmission. It is not difficult just messy. Also a friend should be used when you bleed the system.

Jul 06, 2009 | 1997 Isuzu Hombre

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