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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: can t shift gears
loosen the bleed screw.Then check if you can press the pedal down.If you can you have to change the clutch Assembly.If you still find it hard to depress then the master cylinder needs to be replaced.Hope this was useful.
Posted on May 31, 2009
If it is a timing belt and not a chain, the book suggest 4-7 years. If the belt does not look worn or cracked, than I wouldn't worry about it. If it looks like it needs to be changed soon, than it is probably that time to be changed
The transmisson fluid and filter should be changed ever 2 years.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
What you are looking for is a plug that has a hex(for allen wrench) in the middle. It should be on the bottom of the transmission, assuming this is a manual transmission.To refill a manual trans, after putting the drain plug back in, Remove the plug on the side of the trans. Same thing on the tool or the plug has a square head. You can use a crescent wrench on the square. Fill the trans thrrough the side hole with the proper oil. Proper level is aproximately 1/8" from bottom of threads of hole Put you pinky in in the hole straight and push downward until the tip of your finger touches oil. Keep your finger straight. Theskin/meat on your finger will give about 1/8" as you press down. That done, chk both plugs and you're done.
If this is an automatic trans, the pan needs to be taken down to change oil. Good Luck.
Posted on May 28, 2010
SOURCE: I need to pump the
there may be air trapped in the slave cylinder. Try bleeding the slave by pushing in the slave piston with the bleeder open. Close the bleeder before releasing the piston and repeat until no air comes out. OK?
Posted on Dec 06, 2010
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