Question about 1997 Pontiac Sunfire
Hi if your clutch is a cable operated one then it could mean the cable has snapped, if its hydraulic then the problem will be either the master or slave cylinder, all of these parts can be replaced but if its hydraulic then it can be a bit of a nightmare to replace, also if it is hydraulic then you wont know if its the master or slave cylinder that has gone without changing one of the parts, most of the time its the slave cylinder located on the gearbox but it can sometimes be the master cylinder that is located near the bulk head at the place where the clutch pedal comes through the bulk head into the bonnet.
Posted on May 07, 2010
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