Bleed the slave cyl. It probebly has air in the line or no fluid.
I would suspect that the clutch slave cylinder is bad. Follow the line down from where you added fluid to find the slave cylinder. After replacing the slave unit you will need to bleed the system then it will work fine again. Mark
You can bleed the clutch by loosening the fluid line. With the line loose pump the brakes until fluid comes out.
how do I bleed the clutch system in a 2004 ford ranger
check your clutch fluid lines and your clutch fluid and also bleed the clutch and it should work just fine mine did the same thing and i had to replace a clutch line that was pinched
The most likely case would be that air somehow got into the line. try bleeding the clutch fluid, while making sure that the level in the reservoir does not get low.
same as bleeding the air in the clutch line for any other car -stab the air.
FIRSY FILL THE CLUTCH FLUID RESEVOIR AND THEN BLEED BY LOOSENING THE BLEEDER NIPPLE ATTACHED TO THE SLAVE CYLINDER.
There is no clutch adjustment. The clutch is hydralic and therefore needs no adjustment. If the clutch isn't working correctly you most likely have to bleed the clutch line.
You need to bleed your clutch master cylinder line.
Is the leak coming from your slave cylinder,it has two bolts holding it on,with a rubber cover,if so ,you need to replace and bleed it and your clutch damper,its on the left side of fire wall,just follow your clutch line from clutch master cylinder,20.00 for slave cylinder.,
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.
Get a manual on your car, It will have pictures and everything,.
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 a vehicle both done the same way.now if no parts of the clutch, such as master or slave cylander have been touched or let run out of fluid, there is still no need to bleed as that will not be the problem you might look at the linkage on the slave cylander. sometimes there is nylon bushing on the cylander rod that wears out. replace this bushing which is easy to do and your clutch will be good again.
On the bottom right there is a slave cyl you take a ten mm wrench have someone pump the clutch hold it open the bleeder they will fill the pedal go down then tighten it repeat several times
if its hydraulic there could be air in your line. bleed your clutch and refill.
Follow the clutch hydraulic line down to the bell housing. Note where the hydraulic line goes into the bell housing and if there is no bleed valve there you may need to remove a cover. Have a friend/assistant step on the clutch while you open the bleed valve. Close the valve and have the friend let up on the clutch. Do that a few times (making certain that the hydraulic fluid remains full) and you're done.
Bleed the clutch line that runs from the clutch master cylinder to the slave cylinder utilizing the bleed valve on the slave cylinder.
go to transmission and unsrew line from slave cylinder and drain fluid into container,remove two bolts holding it on,install new part with two bolts and tighten line up,fill clutch master cylinder up with dot 3 brake fluid and bleed,pump clutch pedal a couple of times and have someone open line to let air out,good luck...
yes,open bleeder valve on cluch slave cylinder and clutch damper to release air.
On the opposite side of the trans from where the clutch line enters, a fitting with a bleed valve on the end. You can get a great view if you remove the access panel around the shifter, you will be able to see them both from there, loosen the end to bleed.
yes you do,also if it has a cluch damper,you need to bleed it also,its bolted on left side firewall or just follow the line coming from clutch master cylinder.good luck.
It sounds like there is air in the clutch line somewhere. Bleed the clutch (if possible, some clutches are "self-bleeding" and need to be replaced entirely).
Hyd clutch has no adjustment, pump clutch pedal hold down bleed off hydraulic slave cylinder on driver side of trans. If won't bleed replace if bleeds off no air in line & still not better ck bushings on clutch pedal under dash. Hope this helps
at the caliper and drums derrr! at the caliper and drums derrr! no its under the car where the clutch line goes into the trani at. they should be a 8mm nippple sticking out