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Looking to locate fluid flitter because when i press the clutch down there is a noise i thing it could be low on fluid just bought the car a month ago

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If you are referring to the hydraulic clutch reservoir it is normally located on the fire wall near the master cylinder.

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Have a problem with clutch. Horrible noise in 1st & reverse comes and goes mechanic says its flywheel will need a new clutch £900! Hoping somone can say its not?

If the sounds comes and goes it might not be the clutch. It might be that the clutch isn't being depressed enough and that's typically the clutch master cylinder or the salve cylinder (assuming you have a hydraulic clutch like most vehicles).

Locate your clutch master cylinder - it's usually on the firewall on the driver's side of the car. Check that it's full of fluid to the 'Fill' mark. Also make sure it isn't wet from leaking fluid. Also check the slave cylinder. That's located down on the transmission and connected by a rigid and/or flexible line to the clutch master cylinder. It also shouldn't be all wet although it's normal to have some oil residue on most things down there.

If you find the clutch fluid in the master low you can add some fluid and either bleed the system or sometimes just letting it sit overnight will also work.

if the fluid level looks OK and there's no sign of leaking then you will probably have to pull off the transmission to get at the clutch and see what's going on.

Good luck.

May 10, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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89 corvette transmission shifting rough

Hi, first thing to check is your clutch reservoir,it's next to your brake master cylinder,if low or about empty,then your clutch slxve cylinder is bad,leaking and not holding pressure,here's a few links to look at,the job is real easy to do,you can have someone help or you can do it by yourself,you will need a bleeder kit,Autozone has them for about 8 nbucks and a container of brake fluid,yes brake fliud,no clutch fluid. Repair Guides Clutch Slave Cylinder AutoZone com Here's where the reservoir is at. Repair Guides Clutch Master Cylinder AutoZone com ,you can join Autozone's site,it's free,then you can use their repair guides like me,need more help,let me know,also is free.

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Miata clutch

With engine off, does the shifter get gears easily?
If so, it could be your hydraulic clutch. Check the fluid level on the clutch master cylinder's reservoir-on the firewall. If it is low, add brake fluid to it. If it was dry, you will probably have to bleed the hydraulic clutch down at the slave cylinder on the transmission bell housing.
When clutch pedal is pressed, the clutch master cylinder will force fluid down the line to the small slave cylinder. There, a small plunger is forced out (about an inch or less) from the slave cylinder, and pushes the clutch fork forward. The fork causes the clutch inside the bell housing to operate. Look for this movement of the slave cylinder pushing the clutch fork while someone presses down or pumps the clutch pedal. With the engine off, of course.

Jan 28, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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I have noise at the clutch and when i press the clutch pedal the noise go off

Did you check you clutch fluid level? It may be low. Also chattering is usally an early sign that the pressure plate/clutch is starting to wear out.

Feb 04, 2011 | Kia Sportage Cars & Trucks

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When im sifting down to second its very stiff and makes a crunching noise?

2 things to check - make sure clutch/brake fluid is up to full level (Car has fluid clutch slave cylinder) the other thing is check trans fluid level.

Jan 30, 2011 | 1997 Volkswagen Passat

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I have no resistance when pressing in the clutch on my 1994 toyota pick up. I think the fluid is low but do not know where the resevoir is to refill it

Alright, non resistance when pressing the clutch can be for couple of reason, First the fluid is low, and you can tap this off by filling it up, The resevior for it in your master cyclinder pistol which is located towards the top firewall of your driver side. Next to your brake fuild refill tank. Top this off to it's recommended level with brake fluid the DOT requirement. If still no pressuire from your clutch, then it could be your master cylinder, Test this by pressing on the clutch and have someone open the resvior tank cap and see if there is any movement in the liquid. If there is, then it could be your slave cylinder where it is located towards your clutch housing. Once located, You can also test it by bleeding the bolt to see and having someone pressing on the clutch to see if fluid is being push or with the bleeding bolt screwed back on, see if the metal rod connected to the slave cylinder is moving when clutch is being pushed inside. If everything seems to work, then your clutch is bad, damaged pilot, or clutch bearing or simply worn out clutch.

Jan 23, 2011 | Toyota Pickup Cars & Trucks

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I have a 2000 Jeep wrangler and the clutch will not press down at all.

Look to make sure your Hydraulic fluid level is full for the clutch. It is located near the brake master cylinder(see owners manual) . If it is low , fill it and pump the clutch pedal a few times and see if that takes care of it. If it doesn't then I would be looking at replacing the slave cylinder and master slave cylinder for the clutch. If it is completely empty and you fill it and pump it a few times, and its back to empty. Yes, you guessed it, look for a leak.

Jan 14, 2011 | 1995 Jeep Wrangler

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2002 celica GTS Transmission makes noise when shifting souns like gears grind although clutch is pressed all the way down. Do not see where to check tranny fluid. I replacing the clutch difficult on this...

There may be several reasons for this. 1st, low transmission fluid levels can cause the gears to grind while shifting due to lack of lubrication. I would suggest checking the fluid level, there is a plug located on the side, in about the middle of the transmission which when removed should slowly seep oil from it. If it doesn't then you will need to add the recommended transmission fluid.
2nd, a maladjusted clutch can cause the same problem. Even though you have the clutch pedal to the floor, the clutch pressure plate may not be completely disengaging from the flywheel. This will cause pressure on the gears and synchronizers while trying to shift. I suggest having the clutch adjusted by a mechanic if you have never performed this function yourself. An inproper adjustment can severely shorten the life of the clutch.
The 3rd option may be a warn clutch component like the slave cylinder if equipped, the throwout bearing or even the pressure plate itself.
A visual inspection can be made of the clutch by removing the inspection plate from the bottom of the bell housing to view the flywheel and clutch. With someone depressing the clutch you should be able to see the clutch moving off the flywheel.

Aug 02, 2010 | 2002 Toyota Celica

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Just had new clutch fitted on 02 ford focus 1.6 now making noise but stops when i press clutch down

A couple of things comes to mind, when you press the clutch you disengage the transmission. When the clutch is not pressed the transmission still spins inside even when it is in neutral. Sounds like a bearing inside the transmission is making noise, did they put fluid back in the transmission? Also another common source of noise is the throw out bearing, it is on the input shaft, it is the actual part that presses against the clutch pressure plate, usually though they make noise when the clutch is pressed and quiet down when released.

May 07, 2010 | 2004 Ford Focus

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Clutch making strange noise when changing gears

It sounds like your clutch release bearing is worn/noisey causing fault

Feb 15, 2009 | 2002 Audi TT

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