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Why doesn't the clutch pedal return all the way after high r.p.m.?

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  • Charles Hewitt May 06, 2015

    after high r p m 2nd gear pedal does not return all the way cant then not enough travel to get into third gear easily at all

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Since you failed to specify the year, make, and model of your vehicle, your question cannot be accurately answered. That being said, a sticky clutch is usually a sign of low oil level or burnt oil in the transfer case (or transmission housing, depending on the vehicle).

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Items needed:

8mm open or box end wrench
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Stick your hose over the bleeder valve and have it drop off into a container.
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Have your friend pump the clutch pedal to start removing the fluid. Don't be con if they tell you the pedal went down to floor and won't come back up on it's own, that's normal. They'll just have to wedge it back up with their foot.

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When you see the fluid in the hose change completely from the old color to the new color then you know the system has been flushed and is now full of new clutch fluid. Have your friend do one l press of the clutch pedal and tighten the bleeder valve once the pedal hits the floor. Since you can't use a torque wrench on the bleeder valve, it's important to note it does not need to be very tight so don't try overtightening it and just snug it up with your wrench.

Pump the clutch pedal again and the pressure should return. And that's all, you're finished.

this video tutorial can help you.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a-XhFxlkzFI&feature=player_detailpage

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