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Need to replace hydraulic clutch... how? - 1987 Toyota Celica

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Bolted on outside of trans, look under lower radiator hose, bolted down by 2 bolts to remove clutch slave cyclinder

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I have a 1998 Dodge Dakota 3.9 with a 5 speed. I am having difficulties with the clutch and am trying to figure out if it is the clutch needing replaced or if it is the hydraulics.


Bad hydraulics (leaking/spongy) and worn out clutch have opposite symptoms. If the clutch does NOT ENGAGE - get the vehicle moving - you probably need to replace the clutch and/or pressure plate.
If the clutch does NOT DISENGAGE - you can't get the transmission into gear, or there is difficulty or grinding when trying to shift between gears - your hydraulic system is not moving the clutch release arm far enough to disengage the clutch.

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It's a manual transmission, then? If it is, your clutch is not working. You need to check at the transmission's bell housing to see if the clutch pedal being depressed causes the clutch fork to move-either forward or backward, it should move about an inch with the pedal pushed to the floor.. The clutch pedal will either be cable operated, or it will be a hydraulic clutch with a clutch master cylinder on the firewall, and a steel tube going down to the bell housing, where a small "slave cylinder" operates the clutch fork.

If you see the clutch fork move a fair amount, at least an inch, then you probably need a new clutch disc and pressure plate. A clutch job means removing the transmission to replace the clutch.

If the clutch fork does not move, either the cable has too much slack-for cable operated clutches, or the hydraulic unit has a problem-for hydraulic operated clutches. One of your hydraulic cylinders may be bad, either the clutch master cylinder or the slave cylinder.

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Ive got ford mondeo tdci 54 plate.. ive just had the dual mass flywheel replaced but now the clutch is playing up it goes stiff and wont go into gear, could this be it needs clutch fluid??


Angela, I'll be honest I'm confused. It shows "problem with Toytoa Celica" but you mention a Ford Mondeo in your post. Just to be sure we're talking about a Ford Mondeo that had the flywheel replaced, correct? Chances are if they replaced the flywheel you normally would always replace the clutch disk with it. If this is a hydraulic clutch system you don't typically have to open the hydraulic system to swap out the flywheel and clutch on a car. This would lead me to believe clutch fluid isn't your answer, but I would at least make sure you check it. If they DID have to open the system the clutch needs to have the air bled out of the hydraulic lines.

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I was told the clutch on my 2003 mazda protege is hydrolic....how do I go about adjusting it


The whole idea behind the Hydralic Clutch is there is no adjustment.If the clutch is slipping then you need a new one.If you are having trouble getting it into gear then you may have a bad clutch master and or slave cylinder.Let me know if i can help.

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My clutch is sitting on my floor board


This is caused by a failed clutch slave or master hydraulic clutch release cylinder has, it is best if these are replaced as a pair. here are the parts u need.
BRUTE POWER / PERFECTION CLUTCH Part # 39836 Hydraulic Clutch Master cylinder
BRUTE POWER / PERFECTION CLUTCH Part # 3788 Hydraulic Clutch Slave Cylinder

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Hi i have a peugeot 406 2.0 hdi 1999, when i get in the car the clutch pedal is on the floor and i have to pump the pedal for a couple of minutes, then it is ok to drive. any ideas what is wrong with it?


The clutch acting system is hydraulical, (clutch hydraulic system).
Your clutch pedal master cylinder is weak, and needs to be replaced or repaired by gasket kit replacement. Also the clutch slave cylinder can be used, and needs to be repaired (by gasket kit replacement), or replaced. The clutch system must be bled after carrying out work on the hydraulic clutch mechanism.

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My clutch is slipping on my 1993 toyota truck. Are there adjustments I can make myself. I am fairly handy, but not a car repair expert.


Sorry, there are no adjustments on your vehicle., The clutch is activated via hydraulic pressure. The master and slave cylinders are "self-adjusting". If the clutch is slipping, you are going to need to pull the trans and replace the clutch assembly. Changing the hydraulics will not help a slipping clutch at all.

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You car does not have an "adjustable" clutch. The Corolla uses a hydraulic clutch. The action of the hydraulics eliminates the need for adjustements. If the clutch is slipping, you may need to replace the clutch.

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Clutch won't engage--cannot shift


hydraulic clutch needs servicing or needs bleeding like a brake system wont work with air in the lines neither will hydraulic clutch's. you shouldnt have to change the clutch just service the slave cylinder ,that should give you back some pedal to use..you might want a mechanic to bleed it or have it replaced.

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