I have been looking and asking around about my clutch pedal problem staying on the floor and I found out that it's really going to be expensive to replace the Clutch Slave Cylinder and in addition I would also like to replace the Clutch kit set since it's right around the same area so I was told by many and also from the Chevy dealer. But again that's only by asking and not really did the diagnose part of the car but only I was really afraid of what it was going to cost for those repair. So I would like to rule out the possibility that maybe first I would like to replace the Clutch Master Cylinder. I can see where it's located and I can probably reach and remove but I'am not to sure on the bleeding part. Can you please help me find the bleeder screw so that I can try to replace the Clutch Master Cylinder. I can see 2 hose line of tube line, one is coming from the Brake reservoir tank that goes to the Clutch Master Cylinder then another out to engine or transmission area, now this area has some kind of tube sticking out that looks like the tube for putting air on a tire. I this the bleeder part for the Clutch Master Cylinder?
My car is 2004 Chevrolet Cavalier 2.2 ECOTEC Base Model and Manual Transmission with 152,000 mileage. My car never gave me any sign of Clutch slipping just a sudden lost of pressure of the clutch pedal and also there was no fluid leak before this happen. Please help. Thank you.
Saturday, March 3rd, 2012 AT 4:14 AM