Question about 1993 Isuzu Trooper
While driving last week, my clutch pedal dropped to the floor all-of-a-sudden. From that point, the truck has been parked where this occured. The clutch pedal completely lost its resistance and it does not come up by itself. I have found that if I start the truck with the pedal all the way down, there is a Very Loud Clattering Noise. Yet, if I start the truck with the pedal just slightly clearing the safety switch, there is no noise produced. Does anyone know what could be causing this issue?
Either it is a clutch fluid line busted (most likely)or its you clutch master you can start it anyway give a little gas in 1st and start it shut it off b4 starting i drove my volvo 740 home like that once nerve wrecking but save towing money
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
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