WHY AM I HAVING PROBLEMS SHIFTING GEARS IN MY
2000 Saturn SL2 • 124,000 miles
Why am I having problems shifting gears in my Saturn?Theres no leaks in the slave or master cylinder.The clutch is ingaging when the pedel is about 2inchs from the floor.The clutch is not slipping or burning.The clutch was replaced 1yr ago
September 23, 2011.
September 23, 2011.
Its hard to put in every gear when the clutch is pushed in.Second gear grinded once in 2 days.the clutch drops about 1 inch then its hard for the rest of the way to the floor.
It should be hard all the way down take a closer look at it you have a bad pressure plate or a bad slave/master cylinder most likely those are about the two possiblites with the issues you are having.Keep me posted.
I just checked the clutch pedel,sorry my mistake the pedel drops lest then an 1/2 inch then its hard all the way to the floor.
Make sure the floor mat isnt under the clutch pedal let me know what you find.
If the slave/master cylinder is good and its hard to shift into all the gears your going to be looking at the clutch disc and or the pressure plate.
Ok thanks for you help,ill pull it apart this weekend.Ill keep you posted.
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