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How to unstick a cluch disc

Hi Dee:
Sounds as if you have a project. I'd suggest that you approach it one step at a time.
- First, get the slave cylinder working. How do you know that it's not the master cylinder that's not getting fluid to the slave cylinder?
- Once the slave cylinder is working, when the clutch pedal is depressed, the clutch should be "released" as in there should be nothing holding it against the flywheel.
- If the clutch plate is stuck to the flywheel (this can happen if the flywheel gets rusty) there are a couple of ways to try to get it loose. One of the crudest that often works is to put the vehicle in low gear with the engine OFF. With another vehicle, preferrably a truck, and with someone holding the clutch pedal down, try to tow the one with the stuck clutch. Usually a couple of bumps will loosen it. Make sure you're trying to pull on a part that is strong and that won't be damaged.
Hope this helps.

May 01, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Cluch wont release

check slave cylinder and line for leaks if not hydro. then its a broken cable

Jul 29, 2012 | 1996 Renault Megane

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My manual transmission is not going in to gear and it has a new cluch and slave and its stuck in gear and i have bleed the cluch and it is like its stuck between two gears what could be the problum

take the 3 screws for the shifter off remove the shifter and get a flash light and makes sure the grooves are in line for the shifter. if not you can use a screw driver to move them and get them in line. that should work for you. i hope this was helpful

Nov 16, 2009 | Ford Ranger Cars & Trucks

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No gears

please explain a bit better ,is it stuck in one gear ,is it the gearstick all floppy??

Nov 02, 2009 | 2003 Ford Focus

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My mk4 golf cuts out when clutch is applied,not every time but enough times to make me concerned and frustrated.

oh dear, you drive with your foot on the cluch then? or hold the cluch down at the lights insted of knocking it out of gear? never hold down the cluch for more that 30 seconds at a time,,,,,naughty naughty! this is just one of the prices you pay for that,
its you cluch release bearing, its seised up on you, cluch riding dose that! its only a little bearing!!!!!
the fix is a new cluch bearing, but what it costs to take the gear box out to replase the bearing it would be cheeper in the long run to have a compleat new cluch fitted, and then lurn not to ride the new cluch as much,,,,and all this just to pull away a fuw seconds faster??? this is a £350-£500 job now
how frustrated do you feel now?????

Oct 22, 2009 | 1999 Volkswagen Golf

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Cluch stuck to floor.

Have you tried bleeding the master cylinder first? There should be a bleeder valve down on your tranny close to where your master cylinder line hooks in. You need 2 people to do this properly or you can buy a special valve from an auto parts store and do it yourself. If any air has gotten into your lines, your clutch will go to the floor. Tranny fluid is cheaper than buying both slave and master cylinders. Plus, if you replace them, you'll have to bleed the system anyway.

May 21, 2009 | 1993 Ford Probe

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My gear shift recently started getting stuck in park. Sometimes, it's stuck; sometimes, it's okay.

take it to a tramsmission shop,the problem is a coverta cluch is going bad

May 11, 2009 | 2003 Suzuki Aerio

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Cluch is slipping after changing it

everytime you change a clutch, it is good practice to change the pressure plate also. in this case, thats what I would do.

Mar 27, 2009 | 1994 Volkswagen Golf

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Cluch has no compresion

check ur slave cycl. sound like it failed

Jun 27, 2008 | 2004 Suzuki Forenza

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