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I Push my clutch down and has no resistance, i also cannot get the car in and out of gear. I drive a 1995 3000gt SL.

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The clutch is hydraulic . you need to look on the fire wall for a reservoir . and fill it look on the cap it will tell you what fluid to use . after you refill it pump the clutch a few times the wait 5 minutes and pump it again . check the fluid again pump again if the fluid is leaking out you'll have this trouble again till you fix the leak.

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No doubt it will have a hydraulic clutch, which has a fluid reservoir like a brake master cylinder and will take the same type of fluid as the brakes.(brake fluid) It is usually located under the hood on the drivers side close to brake master cylinder. You need to locate it and check the fluid. If this is the problem, fill it with fluid and start pumping the clutch pedal slowly up and down to try and get the air out of it. This can take awhile and a lot of pumping and sometimes won't bleed this way. You can bleed it by having one person push the clutch pedal down and while holding it down, another person loosens the bleeder on the clutch cylinder and closes it back. Repeat that a few times and the pedal should start working.

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It seems like you need a new clutch. If you adjust your clutch pedal and it still do the same. YOu need for sure to put new clutch on your car. what you're saying on your post are signs of a burned out clutch.

Posted on Mar 16, 2011

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