How do you bleed the clutch for a 2002 focus?
The clutch can't be adjusted. It is an hydraulic clutch. The clutch pedal sends pressure from the master cylinder to the slave cylinder on the clutch. IF you are having trouble with it the thing to do is bleed the air out at the slave cylinder. Have an assistant pump the clutch and hold it to the floor. Then open the bleed valve on the slave cylinder to let the air out of the system…
I believe that this vehicle has a hydroliclly operated clutch and does not need to be adjusted. The brake fluid in the clutch hydrolic system should be periotcally changed by bleeding the system. Actually, everything I have read on the hydraulic clutch says if it doesn't have a leak then it should not need bleed/changed.
The clutch bleeding is similar to bleeding brakes. Although you must be sure the clutch cylinder is higher that the bleed fittings and if you can't get it to bleed you may have to purchase a tool at you local parts store that will force bleed the system. This will pull the air out of the system and pull the fluid in. Always be sure to keep the master clutch reservoir full at all times.
What is wrong when you have to pump your clutch several times to get the cluth to work in a 2002 f150?
How do you adjust a hydraulic clutch on a 1989 jeep--- what i mean is you have to push the clutch all the way to the floor to change gears. is there air in the line is there a way to bleed the line?
hydraulic clutch does not have adjustment. replace the clutch it has a slave cylinder underneath and what you do is pump up the clutch and then hold it and have somone turn the line going itno th slave cylinder until you have clear fluid that is not how you bleed a clutch to the jeep owner, if you know how to bleed brakes on a vehicle, then you know how to bleed the clutch on…
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Could there be anything else wrong if you bleed hydraulic clutch and have pressure but wont go in gear?
Look at the same location as the clutch line going into the trans, but on the other side ( passengers side ) the bleed valve will be on a line exiting the bell housing top passengers side. Remove the access panels around your shifter and you will see them both, and another nifty thing is that with it right there you can bleed the clutch without help.