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Hi i have a ssangyong musso 2.9 diesel manuel non turbo 1995 its got a clutch problem ? its hydraulic clutch system the clutch pedal has gone to the floor with no resistance there is no loss off fluid from the clutch resevoir the clutch was not slipping or making any noises before gears all work ok wot could be the problem any help or advice would be helpful thanks .

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SOURCE: daewoo musso , can i have dip the clutch to start engine system disconected.

This feature is built into all the vehicles now a days for safety reasons ad we are forced to live with it wether we like it or not. If you have the wiring schematics for your vehicle you will be able to by-pass this feature, however a mechanics shop would not be allowed to do this by-law. Not to mention that if something ( an accident ) did happen that this feature could have prevented, it would become a huge liability issue. sorry that I couldn't be of any further assistance to you and that you do take the time to rate this response.
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SOURCE: 2004 daewoo matiz se - Truoble getting in first gear.

It may be the synchro of the first gear.  It may have been worn out.  To check, you may try to put it in 2nd gear before putting it into first to be sure.

Posted on Jun 08, 2009

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SOURCE: 1997 Ssangyong Musso engine has erradic idle & intermittent start

i think the problem is in the fuel line. i have encounter it too.. the best way is to replace all fuel filter. muzzo have 3 fuel filter. 2 located at the engine and the other one located at the fuel tank they called it as strainer. u can see the opening of the tank underneath the back seat of the car. also good suggestion clean the tank. duel dirt is the main cause of your problem cause muzzo have only a small tip that why only little dirt can cause plunging in engine. sory for bad English

Posted on Jul 04, 2010

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SOURCE: i have a ssangyong musso

if there is a sort of grinding sound your starter is sticking replace asap i just had that problem in my 98 corolla i ignored it 2 times and i ended up burning my alternator and battery as well as my starter

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SOURCE: my musso engine runs perfectly,

Hi and welcome to FixYa!

There's no way the transmission fluid will go on the engine. If this happens on a cold start up it's normal for if the engine is in good condition the pipe tends to smoke and moist can be visible. You may think that it's oil in the pipe but it's actually a wet carbon because of the moist.

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Posted on Jan 26, 2011

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