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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi, the problem you are having could be down to a couple of things the first and most likely would be that the clutch needs replacing so this would need checking, the problem could also be either the master or slave cylinder on the hydraulic clutch, but my best guess would be your clutch needs replacing.
if the clutch pedal goes to the floor and stays their when you take your foot off the pedal then this indicates are problem with either of the clutch slave or master cylinders but if the clutch pedal comes up on its own then this indicates the clutch needs replacing.
Let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok
Posted on Jan 12, 2010
YOU DO NEED A NEW DISC AND MOST LIKELY A MASTER AND SLAVE HYDRAULIC CLUTCH CYLINDERS, THE STICKING MAY BE DUE TO OVER TRAVEL DUE TO THE WORN OUT DISK.
Posted on May 11, 2010
A high clutch pedal is good.
There should only be about a half inch of pedal freeplay, before you start to feel resistance.
So the clutch should not engage until it is almost fully released, near the top.
The makes shifting the easiest.
If the shifting is difficult when cold, then put the transmission in neutral and let the clutch out when you warm up the engine.
That will warm up the transmission oil.
Of course you could also check the transmission oil level and change it.
But your question makes me believe you may need more experience on a stick shift. Make sure you do the H pattern carefully, and do not get lazy and turn it into an X pattern.
Posted on May 28, 2010
the automatic clutch adjuster mechanism at the top of the pedal inside the cab is my first suspect before the clutch itself
Posted on May 03, 2011
Testimonial: "Many thanks for your kind advise! The problem, out of numerous possibilities, turned out to be a faulty slave cylinder.Thanks again!"
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