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Clutch would not engage

The pedal of the clutch travels to the floor, like to know what could be the problem .oil is full but the car did not run all winter.. thanks..

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First you must bleed the clutch fluid by pumping clutch pedal and holding down to the floor while a helper opens and closes the bleeder On the slave cylinder
If still no operation after that you probably need a clutch assy

Posted on Apr 22, 2014

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Either the clutch is bad or the clutch plate needs to be replaced. This sounds like the most likely problem.

Posted on Apr 22, 2014

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Is the plate, the pressure plate. It lost the tension.

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we had the same problem with our 96, come to find out someone had installed an after market securtity, we found the switch under the hood release it was very small but that did the trick, just look for something that looks like it doesnt belong

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You could have a problem with your pressure plate, but you need to check out your clutch master cylinder and slave cylinder too. Check the clutch master cylinder fluid reservoir, and make sure it is full. It is located on the back wall of the engine compartment, approx right in front of your clutch pedal. If it is low, or you notice any fluid leakage, you need to address what caused that. You can bleed the system too, but that won't repair the problem.

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you mite have 2 change your pressure plate. unless its ran by fluid.

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check fluid levels or for air in the lines if so bleed or your clutch plate or pressure plate are gone

Posted on Feb 14, 2010

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