Question about 1994 Isuzu Pickup
Posted by Anonymous on
Some clutches can be fearsomely difficult to bleed successfully. In cases of difficulty it is worth trying reverse bleeding...
Connect the clutch bleeder and the nearest brake bleeder together with some well-fitting tubing, open both bleed screws and have an assistant pump the brake pedal. Make certain the brake reservoir is kept topped up and remove excess fluid from the clutch reservoir before it overflows.
Half a dozen pumps usually is sufficient, hold the pedal down and close both bleed screws.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Did you bleed the system? There is probably a bleeder on the slave cylinder and you may need to jemmy the selector fork/ Also look fro a damper valve between the master and slave cylinder... it will need bleeding too.
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
SOURCE: 1992 ISUZU RODEO CLUTCH PROBLEM
could also be the host/tube connecting the master and slave together. Could be a small hole that sucks in air when you let off the clutch and pushing the fluid out on to a host that is so dirty or in such a dark place that you can't see the fluid seeping out on the hose
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
my rodeo had the same problem i corrected it by bleeding the slave cylinder. and is located on the driver side on the gearbox you will find it if you follow the line from the master cylinder down to the gearbox and if that helps but happens again it might have to be replaced.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
To determine which type of clutch you have, servo hydraulic or cable.
Look down past the engine bell housing and determine the existance of a hydraulic clutch slave cylinder.(a piece of casting with a rod facing towards the rear of the vehicle pocket into a bracket protruding out of the gearbox bell housing. As well as a pipe and bleed nipple to be crude)
(which I believe you have).The hydraulic fluid for this unit is sourced from the brake master cylinder reservoir via a sneaky pipe partially obscured to the clutch master cylinder on the internal firewall.If you have no clutch slave cylinder near the bell housing there would be an obvious bounden cable running from the firewall down to the outer of which will be stopped at a bracket hanging off the engine.The inner will continue to a bracket protruding from the gearbox bell housing.
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
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