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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: soft clutch 1992 isuzu rodeo
If the seals around the shafts of master and slave are tight, they may be concealing a leak with fluid bypassing the piston seals internal to the two assemblies. Either your master or slave cylinders need to be replaced ot have new seals installed. Once you find the culprit and have installed a replacement, you will have to bleed the lines to evacuate air trap in the lines.
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
Most likely cause is out of round brake rotors.
They will need to be resurfaced or replaced to correct the pulsation you feel in the pedal.
One other cause I can think of is the ABS (anti lock brake system) is activating due to possibly a bad wheel speed sensor.
You can disconnect the power connector at the ABS control unit and road test the vehicle.
If the pulsation is still there than it is not an ABS problem.
Posted on Oct 18, 2009
did you bleed the hydralic clutch system on this vehicle? = air in system or not bleed properly.
most of the flywheels for this model were not to be machined...... however it is ok to machine these only slightly but you must machine the surface the clutch plate contacts with the same amount as the outer raised section the pressure plate bolts to.
new flywheels have painted stamped writing saying do not machine...so if hydralic system is ok find out about flywheel.
also may pay to check clamping force of pressure plate most clutch places can do this or some workshops that is if fingers on pressure plate are all at the same height, not broken or cracked..
Posted on Dec 05, 2009
In the US the public library should have an auto repair data base that you can access with your library card number. If not you could always go there and check out a real book.
Posted on Dec 24, 2009
the throw out bearing is consolidated with the slave cylinder. That part will needed to be replaced if you are loosing your fluid all the time. The whole trns will needed to be removed so I would change evrything such as the clutch plate, pressure plate, and the pilot bearing as well. This is recommended if you do alot of shifting (city driving) with 80,000 miles or more on it.
If leaking you should show the leak between the engine and trans. If not the line could have a crack in it so I would investigate first where the leak is at. If between the engine and trans it is a bad throwout bearing
Posted on Feb 13, 2010
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