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What system is that? Brakes? Clutch? If it's the hydraulic clutch, most often it's the clutch master cylinder. The internal seals don't hold pressure. Sometimes the slave cylinder. If there is a leak, that will cause loss of pressure.

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Where do I put a.c. refrigerant in a 1996 mercury mystique 16 valve zetec 4 cylinder?


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My car is not starting cuase the clutch is stuck and all the way down and olso the stick shift stuck in rear position i drove my normal last night and it was very good by the way ichange the...


It sounds like the master cylender has failed, maybe old, damp fluid has corroded the bore and ruined the rubber seal, joggle the car to unload the gears and it will come out of gear (and perhaps roll away, is the e brake ok and on?)

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I need to re charge my air conditioner in my 2003 Yukon XL. How do I do this?


well first question is
1. does it have a leak in the system?
2. was the system open for any leanth of time?
3. did the compressor lock up causing the system to fail?
4. if the compressor did fail, then the system will require a rebuild....compoints replaced and flushing of the no replaced parts.

if you answered no to thies questions then

if the system is empty....

1. to properly charge a system it need to have a vacum drawn on it to 30lb for min of 15 mins.
2. then there ststem ( depending on the last service it receved or miles on the system) i might require sever ounces of pag oil
3. once these requirements are met, the proper amount of 134a need to be charged to the system.
this is done thru a scale or other mesurement device....just adding cans of 134 will not work properly ( back in the age of R12 a system could be severl ounces off and still work properly, 134 require an almost exact amount to work )
4. once the system is charged,,,cycle the a/c on and off severl times to flow the pag oil into the system.
this should do the trick. but it require specility tools.

if the system is low ( only from a leak in the system some where)
you MIGHT try the auto parts answer to a/c charging and place a do it your self charge up kit to it....
1.it will have a guge and proper attachments....
2.follow the directions and hope for the best...... but again.,...this might buy you a little time....
3. a problem still is with the system and will run low again causing it to shut down due to lack of proper presures.......

with people hunting to fix what they have try a local reputable A/C / Radatior shop with the proper equipement....but ask for prices and if there are any deals to be had....a smart shoper is always better then a poor consumer...... i hope i helped...good luck :)

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I have a 1999 Saab 93. When I am trying to turn there is a noise coming from the steering (I guess). Yesterday I saw a leakage of fluid. What is going on?


the hidrolic pump for your power steringing has a warn seal and this might have to be changed. you might to feel simtoms of stiffness in the turning of the wheels. is had this same problem a while back . but just make sure the level of the power stering fluid is kept toped up till you fix if.


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