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I JUST REPLACED THE CLUTCH ON 95 ISUZU P/U AND WHEN I PRESS THE CLUTCH DOWN NOTHING HAPPENS

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SOURCE: press clutch down truck still moves foward

If you've not done anything to your truck, check the Clutch master cylinder under the hood, there is a resivoir that should have brake fluid in it. It usually sits next to the Brake master cylinder & is a smaller unit. If nothing has been done to the system recently, and your fluid is full, either the Clutch Master Cyl. or the Clutch Slave Cy. mounted on the bellhousing of the trans. is defective, or has a leaking connection.

If leaking connection, tighten & bleed the system. Check under the clutch pedal on the floorboard for brake fluid, if you find it, the Clutch Master Cyl is the problem & will need ot be replaced. Otherwise, the Clutch Slave Cyl. will need to be replaced. System has to be bled after replacing either & the Clutch Master Cyl. must be bled before hooking up the lines to the Clutch Slave Cyl.

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Posted on Feb 13, 2010

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SOURCE: when you press down the clutch nothing happens

first check for fluid in clutch reservoir, maybe low. second bleed air from clutch system. if still no pressure then check master cylinder or slave cylinder. sometimes it is a simple fix.

Posted on Jun 13, 2010

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It is called clutch. If you press the clutch pedal and nothing happens then, if you are lucky, it is probably the clutch cable.
The clutch is activated by a cable fit into a gear after the cable, and pulling the clutch, which is attached to the motor.
You should have a qualified mechanic checking the clutch cable and eventually replacing it . This is usually not an expensive fix.
Even if from description it sounds rather unlikely, it can also be the clutch itself. In this case the job will be quite expensive, as the mechanic must partially dismantle motor (empty oil etc.) to replace the clutch.

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