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Check fluid, but it sounds like it needs an adjustment so that its a smooth engagement.
Posted on Apr 03, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Clutch Adjustment
You could try bleeding the slave cylinder. But it is very difficult and may or may not work. You may want to take it to an independent shop or back to the dealer. A special tool is needed inorder to depress the slave cylinder to properly bleed the possible air out of the system. It's a less expensive thing to try before replacing the clutch assy.
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
Im a mechanic, i think you will find it will be the clutch release bearing on the clutch fork, when you push the clutch in it will push the fork which will push the clutch release bearing onto the clutch plate which rotating with the engine revs
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
check clutch master cylinder rod adjustment and pedal height should be just higher than brake pedal. could try and bleed system also.
most hydraulic clutch systems have high take up points, adjust master cylinder rod, check for free play at top after adjusting if all that is O.K. then clutch plate may be nearly worn out but not slipping at this stage.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
SOURCE: can the clutch be udjusted
This is a hydraulic fluid clutch system.No adjustments can be made.If the clutch can not disengaged enough for gears to shift smoothly,then the master,or the slave are bad.The master is where the clutch pedal goes to.The slave is down on,or in the transmission.If the slave is bad,they will leak,but not always.Most of the time the slave is the cause of this.But look at the slave real good,it most likely is leaking a little bit.Bleeding the system might give your clutch new life,for a while,until the air gets back in the system.
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
This sounds like you may have a leak in the hydrulics of the clutch, the clutch slave is not disengaging the clutch all the way, this is the reason for the low bite pedal and hard to get gears, the most common problem is the fluid is low due to a leaking slave cylinder, i would look around the clutch components for a leak, hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 27, 2010
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