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Clutch actuator pin seal

This is not a question this is advice, if your clutch slave cylinder goes and you decide to put a seal kit in it, LEAVE THE ROUND SEAL OUT the engine has to come out to fit a seal worth 3 quid, not like a tl or SRAD, once you put that driver in and try pop it your committed, I had to remove my flippn motor to do this, and the seal was not worn, just thought I have it ill fit it, the seal fits in a recess that is grooved don't replace if not leaking and if leaking engine out sorry

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A bit like the Landy master cylinder.

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What's wrong with my clutch if my 1998 escort won't go into gear. There is small resistance in my clutch pedal


Jamie, are you losing any fluid from the clutch master cylinder? By small resistance I presume you mean the pedal feels soft?

If you're losing fluid from the master cylinder you have an obvious leak somewhere and air is getting into the system.

Most leaks occur from the clutch SLAVE cylinder as it does all the work .. If there's no leak from the clutch slave cylinder, suspect the seals inside. It's like a bicycle pump ..the seal inside wears and it won't pump..

You may be able to get an overhaul kit. I'm in the UK .. but here's an Ebay link for a slave cylinder overhaul kit just to show you what it looks like:
FORD CORTINA MK2 CLUTCH SLAVE CYLINDER REPAIR KIT SP2085
Here's a link to show you what the slave cylinder itself may look like (it may NOT be for your vehicle..)
CLUTCH SLAVE CYLINDER FORD FIESTA ESCORT
It's easier and quicker to fit a new slave cylinder than it is to strip down and replace seals with a kit. Be aware, after overhauling or replacing a slave cylinder you have to bleed it - remove the air.

The easiest way of doing this is to make sure the reservoir is fill of fluid, crawl underneath the car with a spanner/wrench, place a rag over the bleed point and get somebody to pump the pedal a couple of times while you undo then tighten the bleed nut.

If it's not the slave cylinder at fault- then it's the master cylinder. Master cylinders also have a 'piston' and rubber seals which wear/perish.
However, it's more than likely that it's the slave cylinder at fault

Mar 21, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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My 2007 suzuki sx4 clutch goes down to the floor and will not engage, and I see that the clutch fluid is dry. put fluid in but still does not work. I worked fine yesterday, what can we do to fix it? do we...


which 0f the 5 ENGINES?
Gas, 1.5,1.6. 1.6 diesel turbo., 1.9 DT and 2.0 gas.????
what country?


all car ran fine yesterday, only now counts.
the clutch slave actuator system is bad.
its just 2 parts, a master cylinder and the slave.
most times the slave fails first.
the fluid leaks out
then the MC goes dry
putting the DOT-3/4 fluid back dont fix that, in 2 ways.
1: the fuild will just leak out again, slave seals are bad.
2: and you most bleed the system, just like brakes. or it will never work.
the FSM book covers all this. in the clutch chapter. need that?
the factory service manual
suzuki wants near $400 now for these parts. a total freakn RIP.
so use rockauto to get the parts, or NAPA auto.

if flush with cash , replace both MC and slave
it not look at the fire wall, see that MC, is either side of fire wall
at MC shows signs of fluid leaks, Bingo it's bad.
ok replace the slave.

i spun the wheel of fortune , and landed in 2.0L Gas engine
and found the bad news. this motor uses a coaxial. slave cylinder.
the engine must be separated from the trans, to get to it.
replace the master cylinder first and pray it's not mr. Coax
the silly suzuki online store has no photos of this engine or trans.
just words, pathetic, as per suzuki usual.

here is the online FSM.
$4 to look, read the clutch section.


https://suzukipitstopplus.com/Products/1129-2007-sx4-service-manual.aspx

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I have 94 Mazda mx-3 for the past month or so I've been having problems with my clutch and I notice a big wet stain on the floor mat and carpet I assume its the master cylinder or slave cylinder but I am...


It's leaking on the driver's side? That would be the master cylinder bolted onto the firewall. You will have to replace with a new or remanufactured clutch master cylinder. When the seals go out, the whole unit must be rebuilt. The store will give you a discount if you bring in your old one for exchange.
The clutch slave cylinder will be down on the transmission bell housing. Follow the small steel line from the master cylinder. It goes right to the slave cylinder.
Pretty easy to change out the master cylinder. Remove the steel line, unbolt unit from the firewall, then under the dash, there's a rod from the clutch pedal to the master cylinder. Just undo the retaining clip or pin holding the rod to the pedal. When the new unit is installed and filled with fluid, then you get to learn how to bleed the hydraulic clutch at the slave cylinder-the fun never stops.

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How do i bleed the master cylinder on an 02 lancer


Check the slave cylinder on the transmission for leaks, and replace if it is. Bleeding:
1. put fluid in the master reservoir.
2. move the slave actuator shaft so the clutch release lever has not slack.
3. Have someone press the clutch pedal, and crack the slave bleed nipple to let out the air.

Once the slave moves the release lever, you'll be able to decide if the clutch is OK or not.

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My clutch pedal one day got all loose and wouldnt get tight then i pumped it 4 five min and then it would get tight it goes back and forth between tight and loose and when loose wont go in gear and when...


Sounds like the master or slave cylinder is not right. If it gets tight when pumping it up, that's a hydraulic issue with the rubber parts not sealing, or air in the system.

Good luck on this repair.

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Leaking fluid from the hydraulic clutch before it goes into the transmission.


Is it leaking from the clutch pipe union or the bleed screw if either just tighten them. If the seal on your clutch slave cylinder needs to be replaced either replace the whole slave cylinder or get a repair kit to refurbish the internals.

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My 1994 ford rangers clutch pedal just lost all pedal


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A. For mechanical type,- Check the clutch cable as
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to replace. You can find this connected to the
pedal and the clutch lever near the transmission.
B.For hydraulic operated - Check the level of the
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Clutch or master problem?


CHECK FOR ANY LEAKS STARTING AT MASTER CYLINDER THEN CHECK SLAVE CYLINDER AT G/BOX IF OK THEN BLEED CLUTCH MASTER CYLINDER OR SLAVE CYLINDER MIGHT HAVE WORN SEALS IN THEM THOUGH SO PARTS MIGHT NEED REPLACED.

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