I just did a 93
This was the hardest task on a clutch that i have ever done!
1. first get someone to help you!
2. if this is the same as 93 you should have 2 bleed screws one on the line from the master cylinder (this is located well below the master by the subframe) and the other is right on the slave cylinder. 3. get your partner to pump the pedal (even if they have to pull it up from the floor) to build up some pressure,(crack the bleed screw till you get fluid from both) then have them hold the pedal to the floor while you open the master bleed screw.let all the air out then close the screw. repeat this process 3 or 4 times. ( make sure that your reservoir stays full!) 4. then do the same process on the slave cylinder bleed screw. 5.When you get to this point take a 2 hour break!(to let the air settle) 6.Do not pump this time just hold to the floor and bleed master not slave. as you do this process you should get more pedal pressure. We had to repeat this process sevreal times.
The 91 and 93 have different engines and I'm pretty sure different manual transmissions. Jack the front up and take off the skid plates under the trans so you can get to the bell housing. I don't remember if there is a bleed screw on the master cylinder or not, just look and see if you find one. I'd recommend getting a one man vacuum bleeder like what you'd use on brakes. Loosen the bleeder on the bell housing, and attach the bleeder hose and just start pumping until the air and any dirty fluid is removed. Make sure the resivor if full before you start. Or if you have a second person there, Just open the screw and have them push the clutch all the way down, close the screw and have them let off, keep doing this about ten times. You can also have them just push on the pedal before you open the screw, and make sure they do not let off the pedal before you have tightened the screw or air will go back in.
1989 thru 2002 Rodeo, Passport, or Amigo 4x2 or 4x4.
It is to the left of the clutch pedal,under the plastic cover,behind the carpet.
It is located under intake manifold towards the back. It is above the starter.
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.
clutch is slipping.
if the clutch is hydraulic operated, bleed the cluth if it is mechanical cluth, adjust the linkages
Go onto a non-dry (such as grass or gravel or snow) and pull the lever from 2WD into 4H.
you could mabye find a moter adapter for a Chevy v 6 or and of the Isuzu rodeo tropper mabye and the 2 or 4 weel drive Isuzu picups good luck
You must bleed the clutch dampener before bleeding the slave cylinder its that weird curvey steel hose before the slave unter the passangers feet. look arount the side of the dampner for the bleed screw
AnswerBleed the slave, not the master.Bench bleed the master, that's what those hoses are for with the instructions in the box your part came in. The same box need to return the core.
Try replacing the turn signal flasher
fill the clutch resivoir pump the clutch pedal open the bleeder screw and tighten it back up and repeat until the air is out and just fluid comes out
Replace clutch master cylinder and bleed system,also check your slave cylinder for leaks.its bolted to your transmission,the clutch cable is connected to it.
The last Isuzu rodeo Made was the 2004, I don't know why, but the single reason for me may be was the High and expensive cost of fuel, cause It was with only 6 sads cylinders and eats gas like an indigent when you say "there's free food on the Sirloin stokade..." in my recomendation the best model of Isuzu rodeo was the 1991 in line 4 cylinders with 2.6 I-tec Motor...good safer and cheap on gas and the best thing would be the car in standar transmission.
Isuzu Panther was created in 1991.
To bleed the hydraulic system for the clutch slave cylinder, there is a fitting on the drivers side of the transmission
You need to bleed the clutch
Inside the fuel tank, follow the two wires from the connector near rear passenger side wheel well to the connection on the top of the fuel pump.
Clutch Hitter happened in 1991.
According to the wiring diagram, there is no inertia switch. There is only a relay switch in a 1991 Isuzu Trooper.
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Rodeo - song - was created on 1991-08-12.
I have a 1991 Isuzu pickup with rwal - there is control box (sender switch) that has to be re-set. I'd take it to the dealer and they can re-set it in a few minutes. It usually lasts for 100k. good luck! I have a 1991 Isuzu pickup with rwal - there is control box (sender switch) that has to be re-set. I'd take it to the dealer and they can re-set it in a few minutes. It usually lasts for 100k. good luck!
CLUTCH - magazine - was created in 1991.