Question about 1986 Suzuki Samurai
The slave cylinder for the clutch has lost pressure or has gone bad, don't panic!! not yet, pump the clutch about a hundred times, i'm not kiddin! sometimes it happens,you have a hydraulic slave cylinder clutch. they loose pressure if not used often, after you've pumped it 29times look under the driverside door towards motor to see if fluid is dripping down,, if not,, keep pumping until the clutch comes up;;;FEEL PRESSURE WHEN YOU'RE PUSHING CLUTCH IN hope this helps!!
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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