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There is no pressure on clutch pedal and fluiod is full

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Most likely the master for the clutch is by passing,replace it,un less the slave cylinder is seeping fluid,then I would replace the slave cylinder

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Can you see the clutch slave cyl?
Is it extended fully?
Is this condition after you bled the system?
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indicates no fluid in the system or air in the system
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My 2001 Hyundai elantra won't go anywhere in any gear the clutch pedal still feels good and strong though and makes no noise or chatter when engaged or disengaged where do I begin


if cable check the cable for broken wires --replace the cable
if hydraulic , replace the clutch master cylinder
even though the pedal feels good if it is a cable it may be jamming and not allowing full pressure on the clutch plate by the pressure plate
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Bled the clutch, happens lots of city driving, squeaks, then clutch pedal loses pressure, then comes back, fluid stays at same level.


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I have a case 580 backhoe and when you push the clutch down and try to put it in forward or reverse it grinds and wont go in gear


Just a guess from an old shadetree mechanic: pedal pressure is wrong-too weak, or the clutch pressure plate bolted to the flywheel is bad. They will wear on the fingers and the plate's springs can wear. There should be a Case repair facility at a dealership, anywhere close? A mechanic familiar with your case 580, they often don't mind talking a bit over the phone about a mechanical problem. I meant by pedal pressure-I don't know if the rig is hydraulic clutch or mechanical linkage or cable operated, but check if the clutch pedal can be adjusted. On a hydraulic clutch with a clutch master cylinder and an associated slave cylinder, there is no adjustment. You just have to keep the reservoir full of dot-3, or dot-4 brake fluid. So that's my guess, something wrong with the pedal, or worse, something wrong with the pressure plate. You definitely need a second opinion. Good luck.

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Just to be sure recheck the fluid level of the mastercylinder again. If it is a little low refill with proper fluid, and work the clutch several times with parking brake set. Also check the clutch pedal bushings at the top of clutch pedal to make sure there is no sticking or excessive wear. If you find anything unusal about the bushings, they need to be replaced. Hope this will help you.

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You have air in the system, Keep the reservoir full, attach a hose to the bleed screw the other end of the hose in a small clean jar. Open the bleed screw, push the clutch pedal to the floor, close the bleed screw, repeat over and over till you are getting fluid and NO bubbles. do not reuse the brake fluid. When the bubbles are gone your clutch will work.

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