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Clutch on my suzuki wagon is very fierce and biting at the top of the pedal. can you adjust it to soften it.? i have selected vitara , as wagon r not on menu

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you have to bleed the clutch cause it should be an hydraulic one... if you still have a lot of free play after that it means the clutch is worn too much....

Posted on Apr 27, 2009

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i think that model is hydrolic if so try bleeding the clutch if that does not work the clutch will need to be replaced

Posted on Aug 27, 2009

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If it's hard to get into gear you should check the clutch is disengaging properly.
Before changing the clutch plate, check that the clutch throw-out is adjusted correctly and the actuating hydraulics/levers have the correct amount of travel.

Posted on Oct 11, 2009

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This is a hydraulic fluid clutch system.No adjustments can be made.If the clutch can not disengaged enough for gears to shift smoothly,then the master,or the slave are bad.The master is where the clutch pedal goes to.The slave is down on,or in the transmission.If the slave is bad,they will leak,but not always.Most of the time the slave is the cause of this.But look at the slave real good,it most likely is leaking a little bit.Bleeding the system might give your clutch new life,for a while,until the air gets back in the system.

Posted on Oct 17, 2009

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SOURCE: problems with clutch master cylinder on a suzuki

I too am having problems with my 2006 GV clutch master cylinder. I noticed gradually over several weeks the gears and clutch pedal were degenerating and then the cluth gave completely. My mechanic took a look around and said the cylinder is the cheapest one he has ever seen, it's just a piece of plastic apparently! Is going to hopefully get the part this week or next, though he said as it's such a cheap and nasty part its likely it will happen again in the future. Not happy!

Posted on Mar 15, 2010

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