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On my 98 firebird on cold mornings the clutch will not release. i have had a couple people tell me it was the slave cylinder. what do yall think it could be?


Well, there are a number of areas.
By release you can mean the clutch will not disengauge, or the clutch will not grip, after letting off of the pedal...

THE key is exactly how does the clutch FEEL? A slave would feel like more pedal travel, before any clutch depression happens. If you had a slave issue, you would normally be running through fluid.

Not Disengauge...So, yes, you can have slave or m/c issues, but does the pedal depression feel any different? There is a pilot bearing that supports the front end of the trans input shaft. This bearing is often brass and needs lubrication when apart.

If not clutch grab, while releasing the pedal, this can be the hydraulics or a pressure plate issue. If out of adjustment or worn, the pressure plate sometimes will bind on itself and not release, usually releasing suddenly, eventually....Tests would be to release hydraulic pressure, while car is safely on stands, and with qualified assistant.

Oct 30, 2010 | 1998 Pontiac Firebird

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I gotta pump the clutch to get it in gear.It dont slip or anything.


got a leak in the hydrolic system that engauges and disengauges the clutch

Jan 06, 2010 | 2004 Saturn ION

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Wat makes the 4wd not come out


Usually caused by preload of the relationship between the front and rear drive train units...Engauge and disengauge require circle driving, thinking in terms of having 1/2 move in relation to the other 1/2. Nothing would change while driving straight....

Doc

Sep 13, 2009 | 2000 Ford F150 Flareside SuperCab

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Cruise control not working, when turning ignition


sounds to me as if you need a new ignition switch there is a metal rod that allows the locking of the shifter and as far as cruise is concerned the lever itself goes bad often but check to ensure the vacuum line going from thet intake to the round ball is in tact and not rotted out or disconnected but the shifter is locked from the ignition switch itself if you remove the plastic housing that surrounds it you should see the rod that runs down the steering column and look for the obvious anything thats come disconnected etc .

Sep 06, 2009 | 2004 Ford F150

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It not going in to 4x4 when button is push light not coming on


Typically, there are gears that need to align after 4 wheel engauge request. These gears relate to the front and rear wheels.... These two systems need to be moved in relation to one another. THIS means drive the car, (not in a staight line, as nothing changes) in a circle or turn to the right and/or left.

The same issue is present on disengauge. Commonly there is some preload and the system will not disengauge. Employ the same strategy.

Sep 05, 2009 | 2001 Mazda Tribute

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The 4wd light stays on. I have tried pushing the level up and down without success. I also having a problem starting the car (manual gear). I also have a problem while starting the jeep. It is not...


Light will not go out until the gears actually disengauge. Typically there is SOME preload on the gears and that keeps them engauged and light indicates so, correctly. To disengauge, move lever to disengauge and drive in left and right circles. This allows the front drive and rear drive to alter their relation in the transfer case, eventually allowing for release.

Sep 01, 2009 | 2005 Jeep Wrangler

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1998 Expedition 4AWD engaugeing at low speed


Go back and talk to the service manager. If he wont do anything go to his higher up.

May 06, 2017 | 1998 Ford Expedition

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I have humming from the front axle on my 2002 Blazer.


humming noise come from wheel bearing normally when you go in straith line and you turn just abit on one sid or the other if the noise louder on one side thats a bearing thanks pierre

Jan 11, 2009 | 2000 Chevrolet Blazer

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