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Clutch lost all resistance. No fluid in the master cylinder. Filled with fluid and it does not appear to be pumping fluid. I would just assume a bad master cylinder except I don't see any indication of where the fluid went... Should I be able to see some kind of agitation in the fluid when pumping the clutch? Or does this sound more like the slave?

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If you can not fet the slave to bleed,no pressure at the slave,then replace the master.

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Had the same sort of thing happen to me, it was a bad seal in the slave cylinder. Replaced it and everything works fine now.

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this is happening more and more = pump the padel 100 times then bleed then maybe nesassry to pump 100 more ....and that should fixya(and yes i mean to just sit and pump)

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SOURCE: Clutch petal had no resistance

did you bleed the clutch? there's a bleeder nut/bolt on the slave cylinder. have someone pump up the cluth and hold, then loosen nut/bolt and air will come out. repeat process untill pedal has resistance and good fluid coming from bleeder. make sure to top of fluid during process, if you run it dry, you have to repeat the whole process again. note, i'm assuming this due to my experince on other vechiles, never worked on an isuzu before. but had the same issue on others.

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SOURCE: replaced master and slave clutch cylinders but

if you replace and shure to make a good bleed on clutch fluid, then replace clutch disc

Posted on Jul 28, 2010

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