Question about 1994 Isuzu Rodeo
I've been fighting a Soft Clutch pedal for a few months. The Master Cylinder, Clutch, Pressure Plate and Release Bearing were changed a year ago. I have the Master Cylinder adjusted out to it's max, and I've tried everything in-between and the clutch pedal is still low. The clutch releases at the very bottom and once in a while it grinds going into first gear. Every so often I loose my clutch altogether and I have to bleed the system to get the pedal off the floor. It doesn't seem like I'm loosing fluid. I have a new slave cylinder (Not Installed yet) but I don't think that will solve the problem. Could the Shift Fork be bent? Henry 92 rodeo 4x4 soft clutch 1/2 of the floor it's going
I had the same problems with my 1990 Rodeo and found metal fatigue around the master cylinder to firewall area.Used a square of metal plating on the inside of firewall to stiffen the area and reassemble.
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