Question about 1999 Isuzu Rodeo
Your Isuzu has a hydraulic clutch, and the two main components are the clutch master cylinder,whitch is mounted to the firewall , or rear wall of the engine compartment, approx right above the clutch pedal, and the clutch slave cylinder, which is mounted to the transmission. They are connected with metal lines, similar to your brakes.
First, find and check the fluid reservoir on the clutch master cylinder, and see if it is low or empty. If it is, you have a leak, and you need to examine both main cylinders and the area around them , to see if you can spot the leaking area. If your reservoir is full, then you have had a cylinder fail internally, and it is then a process of eliminating which one is the most likely culprit.
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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