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Clutch troubles and remedies

My push rod fell the one that gose to clutch fork i put it back in now my pedal sticks to the floor

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Sounds like to me that your return spring on the linkage is either not connected or it is connected wrong. That would be my first check point.

Posted on Oct 16, 2014

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SOURCE: pushed clutch pedal on 1995 sierra went to the

It is called a slave cylinder. Replace it and bleed the system.

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SOURCE: how do you line up the push rod on a slave

force it back all the way and it should line it self as the pressure pushes back against the fork

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SOURCE: is it fairly easy to install a clutch master

it is very easy to replace the parts, bleeding the air is the real problem, u will need to buy a Mityvac brand vacuum clutch bleeding tool, with out it you will never get the air out of the system after the parts are replaced, also always replace the clutch master and the clutch slave at the same time.

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SOURCE: clutch master cylinder install

It is fairly easy to do the clip on the the rod is one of the hardest parts to remove and it is hard to tell you alot more because they used three different styles of clips. on that vehicle.

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SOURCE: how do I adjust play in clutch pedal?

not sure if theses have adjustment on them but if so it will be under the dash on the clutch rod its self

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