Bleed the clutch the same as you would the brakes - have someone press down on the pedal while you open the bleeder valve, which should be on the bell housing near the driver's side of the engine compartment. It's below the brake fluid reservoir, might help to look at a diagram first. If you do this a few times until only brake fluid is coming out, and no air bubbles, it'll solve situations such as having to pump the pedal to get any resistance, or difficulties in shifting into first gear.
In between the bumper and the frame, on the passenger side.
It is important to know as much as possible about the car that it is driven. Yes, there is a clutch adjustment on a 1991 Mazda 929.?æ
If it is mechanical the diaphragm has a hole in it.
I have a 92 b2200 with 325k miles. Ibought it brand new.
It's in the fuel tank. You have to get access to the top of the fuel tank
the clutch and the brakes share the same master cylinder on my 1991 protege dx 1.8 sohc
See if your public library has a Chilton's for your car to replace the clutch.
Look under vehicle follow fuel line from tank
with an alignmet tool.
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.
no it is hydraulic.dont know what your problem is but check clutch master cylinder and slave cylinder operation,if ok may just be a bad clutch
It's on the Passanger side by the battery.. it's a small box (brass) it is attached to the fender wall.. hope that helps.
if the clutch is hydraulic operated, bleed the cluth if it is mechanical cluth, adjust the linkages
Isnt one, its hydraulic, and its next to the brake fluid resevior
Find out why it's running rich, fuel pressure regulator, air filter, etc....
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.
Hi Make sure it is not an after market pump, I put four after market pumps in my 92 until I was told to use a Mazda pump, all is running good.
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
Low coolant? Defective thermostat? Heater core plugged, restricted, or air bound Water pump not circulating coolant?
Yes you can.The 86-93 model mazda b series trucks have the same bumper and mounting points while some designs are different in LOOKS like with chrome or trim on them.They are interchangeable.The end caps are the same except on the four wheel drive trucks(this is just specific to those).Ok simple swap is A OK!
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.
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