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Have a 93 jdm turbo model mr2 right hand drive, have a problem with the clutch sticking to the floor, got to pump it a couple of times to get it into each gear, heard if i bleed it that might fix it. Could this be the problem and how do i bleed the clutch. Could there be a bigger problem ?

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  • mdorosz Sep 05, 2010

    I will check that, what if no fluid is leaking what then. Thanks.

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Your problem is air in the clutch lines. Locate the clutch master cylinder (either under the dash or on the other side of the fire wall (under front hood).Make sure the reservoir is full, if not fill it with DOT 3 brake fluid. Now open the rear hatch and look on the transmission for the brake line going to the clutch slave, you should see a bleeder nipple. That is where you let the brake fluid out while a friend pumps the pedal. If your like me and have no friends (LOL) put a long clear tube on the nipple and work carefully so you don't get air into the system . If you have to pump a few times close the nipple and refill the reservoir before continuing.Be careful not to put more air in than you are taking out. When clean fluid comes out you have replaced all the fluid. If this does not work the next step is to replace or rebuild the master and slave and bleed the system again. Your problem in this case is probably some leaking on the slave end.

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You have a leak! Check the master cylinder for low level. It is likely that is going to be empty and the easiest thing to do is to locate the slave cylinder on the side of the transmission and pull the boot back. If fluid pours out, replace the slave cylinder. It is a great idea to replace the slave and master at the same time but is not necessary. Let me know please so I can advise further.

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