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Leak clutch pedal

Found oil under clutch pedal, clutch not working too well.can not find reservour

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The clutch system is hyrdrolic all oil NO AIR.
Oil will not compress air dose so if you have air in the oil clutch system you have no clutch or height grab issues or gear engagement problems mostly rev, and 1st gear .
However it could also be a shattered clutch disk that you would have to remove transmission bell housing ect, to check.
I would start with the clutch lines and cylinders .Their is a master cylinder a slave cylinder and a reservoir .Check the RES. is it empty do you see fluid on the bottom line any oil wipe it off push the pedal check line again no fluid leak is good. Now look at the master cylinder it connects to the pedal on one side and comes through the fire under the vacuum booster control follow the line from the reservoir it connects to it .Look for fluid leaking down on the clutch pedal and ware to bushings this is the biggest ware part . If you see fluid its leaking and if fluid gets out air is getting in and over time will reach a point ware the air wins and can't put enough force on the fluid to disengage the springs on the pressure plate that want to put the force\of the engine on that plate and disk and flywheel.This what the slave cylinder dose.Think of it like a light switch its on or off pedal out on pedal in power off.
This requires a total rebuild of all clutch parts at least the slave cylinder and turning the flywheel so its a smooth surface if you skip the turning the clutch will fail in 20000 miles you might getaway with the master cylinder depending on the condition and the res as long as it dosn;t leak and is clean

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The clutch hydraulic system has a problem-either the clutch master cylinder or the slave cylinder on the bell housing may be at fault.

If the brake fluid is low in the clutch master cylinder reservoir, there may be a leak to the outside. Refill and check for leaks while someone pumps the clutch pedal. Check around the clutch master cylinder (also under the dash- if wet there around the top of the clutch pedal or if wet on the carpet below the pedal, the master cylinder is leaking.) Check the single line from the clutch master to the bell housing where the slave cylinder is. If no leaks found, likely the clutch master cylinder or the slave cylinder has failed internally.

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The problem could come from the clutch master cylinder or the slave cylinder. The cause could be external or internal.

First check the fluid level in the reservoir. The reservoir could be independent of the brake system or using the same.

If the level is too low, air may have entered in the line and the hydraulic compression is affected. So first, adjust the level in the reservoir using recommended oil. (normally brake oil is ok).

Check for any oil leak starting from the clutch pedal following hydraulic circuit up to the transmission.
Your vehicule should have two clutch cylinders: the master and the slave.
The master cylinder is operated by your clutch pedal, it's located under the dash, fixed to the firewall and connected to the hydraulic line on the other side of the firewall. Check for any leak on the carpet, under the carpet and near the hydraulic connection. Pumping the pedal making that verification could help to detect leak. Then follow the hydraulic line going to the slave cylinder attached to the transmission making a visual inspection for leaks.
If for any reason some air entered the circuit, the line could be purged from air bleeding the slave cyclinder as you do bleeding brake component.
If there is no air, no leak detected then it's probably an internal problem that you can't see. Remove the cap from the reservoir, depress the pedal. If the oil is moving in the reservoir then the master slave is probably bad otherwise I would suspect the slave.
I'm not an Isuzu technician.
Some other Gurus could complement or correct my saying.
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