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I have a chevrolet captiva ltz 4x4 2008 model and my clutch completely gave in. I do get clutch when I pump the pedal but over time it fades away ,reservoir is still full of fluid please help

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lift the pedal manuelly up fill the reservoir on the trasmission on the side near radiator the cylinder there. there a bleader on it open it the oil will come out by gravety its brake oil dot3 that goes in it keep filling the revervoir after a few minute close the bleeder and go pump the clutch pedal many time try it out pierre

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Open the hood and follow them back from the spray nozzles to the washer tank. There are many points at which you can seperate the hoses as there are lots of T pieces. Seperate the hose and try the washer with the hood open. If you see fluid/hear the motor pumping it, you have blocked nozzles. If you cant hear the pump in the washer tank, you can check your fuses...Also may be at fault is the switch on the steering column that actuates the pump.
If the nozzles are blocked, you can try to clean them or blow an airline back down them. Often they just have to be replaced as some are convoluted and hard to clean. Faulty pump is also likely.

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