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The clutch is too soft gears cant change
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Fill clutch master cylinder with fresh brake fluid.
Pump a few times and hold down.
Open bleeder at clutch slave cylinder then close.
Repeat this until clutch pedal feels normal and full movement is seen at clutch slave cylinder.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
SOURCE: clutch problem
you still have air in the system very hard to bleed is the slave and master dry look under the dash at the master where it comes through the fire wall to see if it is wet some times you need to power bleed them
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
No photo, but if you follow the line from the master cylinder for the clutch down to the drivers side of the bellhousing, you will either find a slave unit with a bleed valve (looks like the one they use on brakes) or the line will go right into the bellhousing with another line with a valve on it coming back out right next to it.
Check the master for seepage into the passenger compartment at the firewall, check the line and check the slave cylinder for leaks. the only way air can get into the system is if something is leaking and permitting air to get in.
Posted on May 03, 2010
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SOURCE: Clutch problem
Have someone press down on the clutch pedal while you look at the release lever. There should be movement on the lever of about a 1/2 inch. If not the problem is on the hydraulic side. If there is sufficient movement the problem is on the mechanical side (Incorrect fitment/ cracked release lever in the bellhousing/incorrect parts ie pressure plate) Pay attention to where the slave cylinder pin contacts the release lever. Severe wear can occur at this point as it is hardly ever lubricated by service centres/backyard mechanis and you could have a situation where the pin goes straight throught the contact point due to wear.
Bear in mind, (something that has puzzled me completely), a master cylinder that has been inoperative for a while, especially on older cars, needs to have its' seals replaced before working properly again. Go figure!
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
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