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Rover freelander clutch pedal stays on the floor

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  • Anonymous Aug 18, 2008

    had to get into gears when warm

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I have the same problem. Your clutch booster kit is broken and needs to be replaced. It is that cylindrical hydraulic component next to the engine. Even if just a small part in this thing is jammed you have to replace the whole thing. Well, that's what the guys from land rover told me anyway. Good luck.

Posted on Sep 17, 2008

No clutch cable fitted on these vehicles,hydraulic fault.

Posted on Aug 15, 2008

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Broken clutch cable.

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Clutch pedal on the floor ive checked the flid in the master cylinder and it is full is it the clutch tht has gone


pump it rapidly, maybe have to pick it up with your hand, its possible the clutch master is bad, as long as it was working normally before this happened. If it pumps up and feels normal after rapidly pumping I would suspect the clutch master cylinder is bad.

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I have a 2002 freelander TD4 and we think the clutch has gone when u push the clutch pedal down it just stays there and wont come back up does this sound like the clutch has gone?


Sounds like a clutch control problem. Did you check the fluid in the clutch master? If you get a leak and run out of fluid this will also do this. This vehicle uses DOT 4 brake fluid in the master.

Jun 06, 2011 | 2002 Land Rover Freelander

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Have to push pedal clear to the floor otherwise the gears are tight to change .Have been told a new m/Cyl we cure this ----do yoiu agree 2004 td4


Yes if you are not loosing the clutch fluid and it is not leaking and the reservoir remains full then most likely you will need to change your master cylinder.

Jan 30, 2011 | 2004 Land Rover FreeLander

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Clutch pedal does not need to be lifted far away from floor before engaing, less travel than usual, 2003 TD4 , the pedal is not as firm as usual, softer pedal.....


if its a clutch cable it been adjusted to tightly, common after a new cluth, will start to lift after use but double check the cable is not to tight as it may snap. if its hydrolic then the oil coild be low or air locked.

Jan 13, 2010 | 2003 Land Rover Freelander

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Probable clutch needed


If you put your car in 1'st gear, release the clutch pedal and nothing happens, absolutely the clutch is faulty.
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Feb 15, 2009 | 2002 Land Rover Freelander

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1998 freelander


First Top up the fluid for the hydraulic clutch. This reservoir should be on the fire wall beside the brake master cylinder.

The Clutch slave cylinder is located on the side of the bell housing under the car. You can follow the hose or line from the mater cylinder to find it. There is a bleeder on the end of this cylinder. Open the bleeder at least a few turns and have someone watch the fluid in the master cylinder and just let the fluid run out until you get no air. If it will not self bleed as described above, have someone pump the clutch pedal to the floor and hold it there. Open the bleeder at the slave Cylinder until no more fluid or air comes out and close the bleeder. Tell the person holding the clutch down to slowly release the pedal, or pull it up from the floor. again, slowly. Repeat this process until you have no more air being expelled. Do not let the fluid level of the master cylinder drop below minimum. Note Brake fluid used in this hydraulic system will remove paint. Be careful.

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Feb 09, 2009 | 2002 Land Rover Freelander

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Hard clutch pedal


You cannot bleed a servo. it runs using the vacuum from either inlet manifold, or a seperate vac pump.Ensure pump is working if fitted (end of camshaft) the pipes to the servo are not leaking by removing the pipe from servo and start veh. If there is good suction then its servo failure. hard pedals can also be caused by pressure plate fatigue in the clutch itself.

Dec 30, 2008 | 2002 Land Rover Freelander

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