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How to unstick a cluch disc

Cluch disc is stuck to flywheel how to remove and fix also the cluch slave cyclinder doisnt work

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Ted Maxwell is right...However "With another vehicle, preferrably a truck, and with someone holding the clutch pedal down, try to tow the one with the stuck clutch" can be tricky,unless you have 'seat time'....Just my $.02 worth....Be careful out there !!

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Hi Dee:
Sounds as if you have a project. I'd suggest that you approach it one step at a time.
- First, get the slave cylinder working. How do you know that it's not the master cylinder that's not getting fluid to the slave cylinder?
- Once the slave cylinder is working, when the clutch pedal is depressed, the clutch should be "released" as in there should be nothing holding it against the flywheel.
- If the clutch plate is stuck to the flywheel (this can happen if the flywheel gets rusty) there are a couple of ways to try to get it loose. One of the crudest that often works is to put the vehicle in low gear with the engine OFF. With another vehicle, preferrably a truck, and with someone holding the clutch pedal down, try to tow the one with the stuck clutch. Usually a couple of bumps will loosen it. Make sure you're trying to pull on a part that is strong and that won't be damaged.
Hope this helps.

Posted on May 01, 2015

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