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Where is my clutch fluid bottle situated,i cant find it

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what does hard mean?
right (LHD cars USA) hand cant move lever to detents of the H pattern
or clutch is stiff (left foot)
or grinds,
does reverse grind, it loves to, does it?

can you drive and shift ok with drive wheels off ground?
yes,that means clutch drag, is bad. its dragging.
or as some say not releasing 100%
im no High ace expert but then again i can look under hood
so does it have a hydraulic actuated clutch?
if yes, is the fluid low, does it lose fluid
bingo bad MC and slave, get both changed.
if time on hands is free. which end is bad, can be discovered sometimes. if either leak they are bad. MC can leak on either side of the fire wall. look for it.
slaves fail first, and the leak is near impossible to tell (cept level loss)
it lands on road and you miss that fact.
tell more get more..

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I am driving a toyota runx 2004 model it shows P/S sign on dashboard what does it mean?

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I have a 1990 nissan pickup with a problem with the clutch pedal. there is no clutch press at the clutch pedal when i press on the pedal it just falls to the floorboard and does not return. i can lift it...

First, try bleeding it. Put a 2 foot peice of vacuum hose on the slave cylinder bleeder screw. Loosen the bleeder screw. Put the other end of the hose into a clear bottle or brake/clutch fluid. ( have the bottle about half full). Now, have someone pump the clutch by hand while you watch for bubbles in the bottle. When it stops bubbling, you have all the air out, and you can tighten the bleeder, and remove the hose, and refill the reservoir.
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I have e36 320i 1992 i changed the trasmision oil with the filter i had a problem now when i drive is so smooth when the car stops in the traffic 4 example i accelerate ntn the car is in the same place 4 5...

I believe you have run into a classic problem with automatic transmissions, one that is going to be expensive to repair. You noted that the car is a 1992 model so I will make a quick assumption of 10000 miles per year and say that the car has close to 180k miles on it. If the transmission fluid and filter had not been changed on a regular basis or this was the first ever change, then what has happened is that with the fresh fluid you have an issue where the old clutch surfaces can no longer "grip" their attending drive plates. I am also assuming here that you did put the correct type of fluid in the transmission and reinstalled the filter correctly. Automatic transmission fluid has a very high level of detergent, it also bonds with the clutch discs over a period of time and introducing fresh fluid tends to cause problems with loose debris, destroys the previous bond with clutch surfaces which are already worn down and it is certainly more "slippery" than old fluid.

I really hate to say this as I do not believe in the bottle treatments sold for automatic transmission woes, but this is one case where a bottle of the stuff may re-introduce some friction modifiers that you have lost. For the cost of the treatment it is probably worth the attempt. The other options become more expensive. Having the valve body removed, cleaned and reinstalled might clear the situation if there is any minor debris hung up in any of the shift valves. The last solution is a total transmission rebuild with new clutches/plates/seals and gaskets.

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