Question about 1996 Nissan Maxima
I have a 1996 nissan maxima 5 speed manual....just recently did an engine swap and added a turbo/intercooler system.....a week into driving it my clutch pedal just completely sticks to the floor. I tried bleeding it from on top of engine bay and directly from transmission and it pushed liquid through but the clutch pedal stays soft as can be and sticks to the floor. i am told it is either my slave cylinder or master cylinder....any way to check these to be sure or if it could be something else?
Yes, Briong the pedal up where it belongs, then open an fill your master cylider. Then go below and open the bleeder intil the fluid runs/drips steady and free of any bubbles. Do not pump the pedal. When only fluid comes out, tighten/close the bleeder and give it a try. Good Luck. If peal dives again, replace the master cylinder.
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
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