Fix Clutch Sliiping on 240sx?
Before you get into the clucth, check out the cluthc slave and master cylinder's as well as the clutch lines. there is also a box on the frame rail that the lines go throught after leaving the master cylinder but before the slave, that might be clogged or just simply not letting the fluid through if all those are fine, well time to rip apart the transmission and replace that clutch
The clutch wont engage on your 1990 Nissan 240sx and the pedal sucked to the floorboard what is the easiest way to fix this problem?
Why wont clutch disengage Replaced clutch on 92 240sx after trans swap and clutch will not disengage Cylinders are moving and fork is moving what else could it be?
1991 240sx what type of fluid do you use for the clutch My pedal goes to the floor. car sitting a while. And where do I replenish it.?
How would you fix a really high clutch engagement point What you mean is that the car wont kick in until the clutch is about 95 pulled out?
If you just replaced the clutch master cylinder on a Nissan 240sx then why won't it build up pressure?
Why would you have to pump your clutch pedal several times to get the clutch to work on a 1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse RS?
i do not exactly understand the question. there usually are not problems associated with bleeding the slave cylinder on a 240sx transmission, but i will explain how to do it. locate the slave cylinder on your 240sx under the car on the passenger side of the 240sx. you will need a 10mm open-end wrench to loosen the nut on the slave cylinder. loosen it enough that it spins freely, you do not want to loosen…
Why will the clutch not pump but will stay all the way up or down in a 1990 Nissan 240SX with manual transmission added clutch fluid?
yes but you will need to swap over these parts. - 5-speed transmission - 5-speed crossmember - 5-speed driveshaft - Flywheel and MT bolts (marked "MT") - Clutch and pressure plate - Release bearing - Master and slave cylinders - Hardlines and rubber line from master to slave cyl. - Clutch pedal - Brake pedal (optional, can cut the automatic break pedal) - Boots and brackets for shifter assembly
First, you try bleeding the clutch. You open up the valve, have a friend pump on the clutch pedal, and tighten it back up when the clutch pedal is depressed. Repeat until the clutch feels normal. If this doesn't take care of it, there is no fixing the clutch - the clutch disc and pressure plate will have to be replaced.