Question about Nissan Cars & Trucks
If you have an automatic transmission, you will need to check the automatic transmission fluid.
If it is full, you will need to call a tow truck.
If you have a stick-shift, the problem may be with the hydraulic clutch assembly.
If you have a clutch pedal, then raise the hood and find the clutch master cylinder & reservoir.
You will have 2 brake fluid reservoirs, both are mounted on the firewall in front of the driver's seat, under the hood.
The larger one, often having two sections, is for the brakes.
The smaller is for the clutch.
If that smaller cylinder is empty , or close to it, you will need to take the vehicle in to a repair garage and have the system repaired.
You may not wish to drive it, you may wish to tow it.
The clutch system has 2 components, a upper cylinder (under the hood) and a lower cylinder (on the transmission housing).
The lower is called the "slave " cylinder, the upper the "master cylinder".
The lower "slave cylinder" is the most likely to fail first.
They use a good quality.brake fluid.
God bless your efforts.
Posted on Dec 29, 2016
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