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Change the cylinder and air is in the line

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Gravity bleed system by opening master cyl open the bleeder a littl when bled out should drip like a faucet close and fill test drive should be good

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I have clutch problem it's like a have no clutch


The clutch system is hyrdrolic all oil NO AIR.
Oil will not compress air dose so if you have air in the oil clutch system you have no clutch or height grab issues or gear engagement problems mostly rev, and 1st gear .
However it could also be a shattered clutch disk that you would have to remove transmission bell housing ect, to check.
I would start with the clutch lines and cylinders .Their is a master cylinder a slave cylinder and a reservoir .Check the RES. is it empty do you see fluid on the bottom line any oil wipe it off push the pedal check line again no fluid leak is good. Now look at the master cylinder it connects to the pedal on one side and comes through the fire under the vacuum booster control follow the line from the reservoir it connects to it .Look for fluid leaking down on the clutch pedal and ware to bushings this is the biggest ware part . If you see fluid its leaking and if fluid gets out air is getting in and over time will reach a point ware the air wins and can't put enough force on the fluid to disengage the springs on the pressure plate that want to put the force\of the engine on that plate and disk and flywheel.This what the slave cylinder dose.Think of it like a light switch its on or off pedal out on pedal in power off.
This requires a total rebuild of all clutch parts at least the slave cylinder and turning the flywheel so its a smooth surface if you skip the turning the clutch will fail in 20000 miles you might getaway with the master cylinder depending on the condition and the res as long as it dosn;t leak and is clean

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Remove nuts holding master cylinder onto mount. Remove fluid lines carefully, bench bleed new master cylinder then install lines, install mounting nuts then bleed system again applying pressure to clutch pedal several times until no air is seen purging out.

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Hi, it sounds like the clutch is dragging (not disengaging fully) first, check for air in the system, will need to open the bleed nipple on the slave cylinder, watch for any air, but do not let the fluid level in the reservoir go down to far, if no air, check that the fluid in the hydraulics is the correct type, check to see if the fluid is clear or slight lemon colour, if it appears black then hydraulic system must be cleaned out and seals checked, and replaced, or master and slave cylinders replaced, next check the adjustment and correct amount of clearance at the pedal and below on the slave cylinder. I take that the clutch is not slipping under power, if it is and clearances are correct the clutch will need to be replaced. Hope this helps, P

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Air in the hydraulic clutch release System. The system consists of the clutch master cylinder, line, hose and clutch slave cylinder. Check the level at the clutch master cylinder. The fill reservoir is along the firewall on drivers side with a black cap. It uses DOT 3 brake fluid. Add fluid if low and pump pedal. If low you have a leak. If full you have a master cylinder internal seal bad so you have to have the master cylinder for the clutch replaced.

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Check the level in the clutch master cylinder. If the fluid is brake fluid from the clutch cylinder, you will have to replace the clutch master cylinder. When bad, it is common for them to leak into the car and drip fluid on the carpet.
If you have the tools and so inclined, you can change it yourself. Not very hard,. 2 bolts hold it to the firewall, the pin or clip holding the clutch pedal rod to the cylinder (under the dash), then remove the steel line on the cylinder. (The steel line goes down to the transmission, to the little slave cylinder. After new master cylinder is installed, you need to bleed the slave cylinder to get air out of the lines.)

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Open the hood and look for the clutch master cylinder.
It is smaller than the brake master cylinder, but should be very near it.
The clutch master cylinder is about half the size of the brake master cylinder.
Take the lid off and see if it is full.
If it is empty, the likely problem is the slave cylinder (which is mounted on the transmission at the other end of the brake fluid line), has failed and needs to be replaced.
It will likely not do any good to fill the clutch master cylinder, as you will trap air in the line.
The slave cylinder will need to be replaced, and the line bled to get the air out.
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hydraulic clutch needs servicing or needs bleeding like a brake system wont work with air in the lines neither will hydraulic clutch's. you shouldnt have to change the clutch just service the slave cylinder ,that should give you back some pedal to use..you might want a mechanic to bleed it or have it replaced.

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Clutch pedel will not come back up.must pull it up with your foot.1990 twin turbo 300.


You've lost the integrity of the clutch hydraulic system. Chances are that either there is air in the system, the slave cylinder or the master cylinder has failed.

First step is to bleed the clutch. See if that's a fix.

A slave cylinder is down on the transmission and is relatively easy to change (only two mounting bolts, one hard hydraulic line, and an accordion-boot covered plunger). When it's changed out, the clutch needs to be bled afterward. If it's a clutch master cylinder, that's where the clutch fluid reservoir is underhood (next to the brake fluid reservoir, just to the right as you face the front of the car). Removal requires undoing the lines coming out of the cylinder, removal of the locating/mounting bolts/studs, and disconnection of the plunger rod from the back of the clutch pedal, way up under the dash. Once it's replaced, bleeding the system is required, and you also may have to adjust the pick-up point of the clutch by turning the nuts on the plunger rod - it only takes a slight turn to change the pickup point dramatically, so go slow with that.

I'd do the slave cylinder first - it's more easily accessible, significantly less expensive, and quicker to change. If it's not a fix, don't feel too badly about changing it since it's only about a $25 part and it is prone to failure, so at the very least, you've eliminated a potential problem down the road. If the slave is not a fix, I'd change the master.

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