CLUTCH DOESN'T WORK
1991 Chevrolet Cavalier • 263,000 miles
Changed tranny because it tryed to lock up and would kill the motor if you let out on clutch with it in neutral i put the other tranny in and the clutch wouldn't work so i pulled it back out and put in another clutch pressure plate and throw out bearing still no clutch so i put on new slave and master cylinder and bleed about 4 qaurts of fluid through it and it still won't work
New slave and master cylinder do you have any type of pressure on the clutch pedal? You gonna have to open it up and investigate the clutch assy-something don't jive here
The clutch pedal has pressure about two thirds of the way down i've had it apart three times the clutch is good and everything it's doing the same thing with both of the clutchs pressure plates and throw out bearings it acts like the slave cylinder is not traveling far enough to disengage the clutch
You sure you install the clutch disc correctly and the transmission input shaft is all the way in the pilot bushing
1998 Ford Mustang : I recently took my Mustang GT into a Ford service center for a slipping clutch. They told me that I have a self-adjusting clutch and that the clutch assembly needed ...
1 answer • 1998 Ford Mustang
1995 Nissan Maxima SE. Clutch began slipping about a week ago, then 'broke' loose and went to the floor as I was downshifting from 5th to 4th. Kabam! all the way to the floor and no ...
3 answers • 1995 Nissan Maxima • 270,000 miles
I can't get my clutch to engage, was working fine before the cold weather hit. I was wondering if it may be a fluids freezing problem? 2003 jeep wrangler
1 answer • 2003 Jeep Wrangler • 98,000 miles
My car has been revving up even while in 5th gear and running on unusually high rpm's when any gas is applied, and it has had a burning brake smell if I drove it very far. Recently,the ...
2 answers • 2003 Mitsubishi Lancer • 130,000 miles