SHOULD I REPLACE CLUTCH FOR MY 1992 HYUNDAI EXCEL?
I HAVE RECENTLY REPLACED THE MASTER CLUTCH CYLINDER AND SLAVE AS WELL AS THE SHIFTER CABLES FOR MY CAR. WHEN I START THE CAR AND PUT IT IN GEAR THE CAR WILL ROLL W/O GIVING IT ANY GAS, HOWEVER ONCE YOU GIVE IT GAS IT HARDLY GOES AT ALL. WHAT SHOULD I DO NEXT?
Re: SHOULD I REPLACE CLUTCH FOR MY 1992 HYUNDAI EXCEL?
By the sound of it you need to adjust the clutch to obtain the correct amount of free play,if you do not have the right amount of free play the clutch plates will drag and cuse the car to try to move with out any gas
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The Clutch Master Cylinder or the Clutch Slave Cylinder has a leak. From under the dashboard, located the Clutch Master Cyliner Boot and pry one side open. If hydraulic fluid drips out, the piston seal(s) in the cylinder are worn. You'll need to replace the cylinder.
loose or mis adjusted shifter cable to your transmission. usually, they break. stretched shifter cable? possible. manual transmission? did not specify. automatic? suggest cable problem,loose cable at some point,look with 2 people to see where the cables jumping during the shifting process. manual? suugest a bad or going bad slave cylinder on the side of the transmission,or low fluid to the clutch master cylinder.is the clutch pedal weak? or just goes to floor and will not come back up? this is sign of leaking clutch master cylinder,bad clutch master cylinder. or both. see brake fluid on ground under the car after you pump the clutch several times? either a bad clutch master cylinder,on the firewall,drivers side,just under the windsheild,or a bad slave cylinder on the side on the transmission under the car on the transmission. suggest that you look for fluid leakage. follow the trail of fluid to the source.
Check on the upper part of the pedel to see if the clip that connects the pedel to the clutch master cylinder has poped off If the clutch pedel is on the floor this is a likely sulition and relitively easy repair you just reattach the clip
It should be on the slave cylinder on the transmission. Don't forget to bleed the clutch master cylinder as well. To do this I believe that you will have to crack the line loose on it while someone or something holds the clutch pedal down.
Hi there i have had quite a few of these, just check the clutch master cylinder fluid you might find it is very dirty and may be causing the hydraulics to stick. Either the master cylinder or the slave cylinder may be sticking.