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I have a 1998 nissan 300zx My clutch is not working

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  • raul limbitco May 11, 2010

    can you elaborate on your problem? is the clutch pedal not working or the clutch kit inside the tranny that is not working?

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If it suddenly failed then is probally a hydraulic problem, check for fluid in the master cylinder mounted to the firewall, id the small round one, if its empty, fill it with brake fluid and will need to bleed the system, there is a bleed fitting on the side of the gearbox and a secret one hinding in a supid place on the front strut tower, if you bleed both of these the hydralulic system should work.
If the flud is ok, then the clutch itself is prob stuffed and will require gearbox removal to replace it.

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