Just waiting on some money to come in. I guess when I put the new clutch in the throwout didnt move as far. With the pedal pulled and held by hand, press stop lamp switch and brake switch until its threaded end contacts stopper. Position of Clutch Interlock Switch if equipped Check that the clearance C between the thread end of clutch interlock switch 1 and stopper rubber 2 is within the specification range while clutch pedal is fully depressed. Does anyone know of a solution to my problem or what may be causing it? I got it from a junkyard. If you need procedures or have more questions, please let us know. If i push the pedal have to do it with my hand the i get pressure until i leave it alone for 2 seconds and then i lose it again.
I have no idea and would love any info or help you have thanks. First the sleeve in the bell housing was seperated fixed that, thought I fixed the problem. He informed me that the entire clutch assembly would need to be replaced as it had obviously failed, as well as the defective withdrawal lever. Sep 14, 2015 From your description, it sounds like your out of or very low on fluid. If fluid spills, wipe up immediately and wash the affected area with water. The adjustment is on the top of the transmission, towards the front of the car, between the motor and the battery.
Jan 30, 2013 your clutch uses a hydraulic master and slave cylinder to disengage. Quote »I like that nice bracket your using, what did you use for that. The car was then towed to my mechanic who informed me that after adjusting the clutch system and test driving it, he had the same problem I observed, and almost couldn't get the car back to his shop from the test drive. Here is a link to bleeding,your slave cylinder is bolted to side of transmission with 2 bolts. Check using a scale if necessary. Step 2-Look for the Brake Push Rod You need to know where the brake push rod is before you can adjust the height of the brake pedal.
Watch the oil level in the clutch reservior to see if it drops when that happens. Dump it, bend the pipe around, reconnect, rebleed. If it is a stick-shift, look for a problem with the master cylinder or the slave cylinder on the clutch. There shluid be two silver cylinders with plastic covers on them. Material may not be copied or reprinted without written permission.
Within another few minutes, the clutch pedal was almost all the way in, and the clutch was not releasing causing me not to be able to shift at all. Quick question, the other day I was starting to notice that when I run my car kind of hard shifting after like 4500 rpm or doing over 90 on the freeway for any length of time it seems like my clutch pedal slowly gets looser. After a few seconds, it usually pops right back up to where it should be, but sometimes I have to pop it back up with my foot. As you correctly point out, this is a cable, not hydraulic, system. If fluid spills, wipe up immediately and wash the affected area with water. It is likely that the slave has been leaking and the reservoir gone dry, thus allowing air into the system and reducing effectiveness. May 06, 2013 Sound like you're going to need a whole new clutch assembly, but if the fluid level was dry you may have sucked air into the system which means that the clutch will have to be bled at the slave cylinder, just like you would brakes.
I am pretty sure its the slave because I have pressure at the hardline out of the master and at the dampner bleeder but not at the slave and the fork doesnt move at all. Brake fluid may damage paint. This guy means if you have a ratcheting adjustment type clutch. With the pedal pulled and held by hand, press stop lamp switch and brake switch until its threaded end contacts stopper. To bleed you hook up a tube on the bleed nipple and submerge it in a cup of fluid, or open the valve as someone pushes the pedal down, closing before the air starts to go back in. Good luck Jul 28, 2014 on the bottom of the clutch housing there is a bleed nipple, like on the brakes, if you have pumped the clutch with out enough fluid in the brake receiver container you would of put air in the clutch system, you need to keep it topped up all the time so its at max. Makes me glad to be a Nissan owner.
Removal and Installation Removal Remove the instrument finisher D. Loosen stop lamp switch and brake switch by turning it counterclockwise by 45°. I had one on my 86' 5. Would very much like to find out - is it possible to adjust the drive pedal of M35 similar way - it sticks out way too much for my long legs! My clutch fluid is clear which most is , but it comes in a few different colors, like I have seen blue and purple clutch fluid, but there is definitely not a brown clutch fluid. May be easist to remove the 4 14mm bolts that hold yur driver seat in to give ya more room to work n stretch out ur arms Sep 19, 2009. I slit the end of a straw, zip tied it onto the end of the bleed valve and put the straw into a jar same thing others have said pretty much I then had someone continuously pour fluid into the clutch reservoir while I pumped the petal very fast. There are 2 other possible problems.
Start engine to check brake pedal depression height when depressed. For external areas, you can lubricate but for the clutch fork within the transmission bell housing, the transmission would have to come off to lubricate. Try that and see if it works. Rotate the clutch master cylinder counterclockwise by 45 degrees A as show to secure it. On cylinder will be much longest than the other. Once home with the car, I inspected the clutch pedal and the clutch cable under the hood and noticed that the piece the clutch cable attaches to the withdrawal lever was cracked and almost completely broken in half.
The squealing sound is coming from the throw out bearing, usually when the do that it means that the bearing is frozen and cannot spin. If you still have the same problem, it could be your clutch booster. With the threaded end of the stop lamp switch and brake switch contacting the bracket, rotate the switch clockwise by 45° to secure. Unfortunately, it's no longer available from the dealership. You have not indicated whether your car is a stick shift or an automatic transmission. More often than not, the slave cylinder fails before the master cylinder. If your transmission is an automatic, and the fluid is correct on the transmission dipstick, you may need a transmission overhaul, which can be very expensive.