First of all you got three different points that you have to bleed your clutch anyway I Nissan truck 720 I have one and it's kind of kind of complicated compare just with a compared to just one thing I don't like a slave cylinder you first of all you got a reservoir for the brakes same brake fluid and then you have a reservoir for the clutch was kind of crazy and it goes from the driver side it's just like a little cup and it goes the line all the way to the other side of the firewall and down to a thing called a dampener which is something that kind of anti when you scared in them or whatever the young kids do they slide in that what it kind of makes the clutch kind of not grab but it makes it kind of black so it doesn't really scared that long or whatever it's supposed to be a thing like that and then you have the slave cylinder so everything you got to get the air out of the system first of all it's pretty tough and I finally graduated to a a big syringe with the clear pipe well not a pipe but Ally in a like a nasal cannula if you're trying to get some first aid oxygen and they cap it down in it call the air bubbles out with the negative vacuum like that and then you're working way down then go to the dampener then go to the gym but make sure the first of all you have your Heist on and underneath the dash there's there's an adjustment there and you have to go by the the height of the day and the dishes like 7in from the firewall when you push down and then release it in that and then you can pump it whatever but I found the best thing but doing it by myself and doing it the way I described doing it but read the book read articles online and stuff if there's a lot of good ways of doing it but you got to get the bubbles out there and got to keep a check on that thing probably every other month you should check it out and make sure the heights right in that in the adjuster if you need to go further down there's a nut and then underneath the gas that's the hard part with the pedal and act but make sure you get that down don't get frustrated just take your time and make sure you don't do it in the Sun get some shade and you're going to be underneath that dashing you going to have to study it for a while and he's going to get pretty cut up with the brackets and stuff like that so where's some good luck
Simply loosten the line, pump it one time , tighten it let your foot off of the brake and loosten it again and pump it one time etc until no more air comes out then do the same for the slave cylinder.Sometimes it is hard to get all of the air out but persistance will prevail. DON'T PUMP THE PEDAL as that muxes the air in the fluid.
Where is the clutch fluid on 1993 nissan pickup truck.
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In the clutch fluid reservoir located under the hood, on the drivers side firewall.
no fluid in reservoir due to leaking reservoir or slave cylinder
look on the drivers side firewall
check for leaks
Check your clutch master cylinder and slave cylinder for leaks,if no leaks,then you need a new clutch kit.
fan clutch is built into water pump,u have to get new water pump.
it cant be adjusted.
check your clutch fluid level and your clutch slave cylinder for leaks,if both are ok,then you probly need a new clutch.
Under the truck on the passager sideof the truck. You will see a rubber hose that's connected to it.
Down on the passenger side of the bell housing there is a cylinder looks a lot like a brake master cylinder this pushes the rod that engages the clutch have someone push the clutch pedal all the way down and hold while you loosen the bleeder on the clutch cylinder like bleeding brakes remember to check fluid level in reservoir good luck
2 to 3 hrs.
The estimated cost to replace a clutch and radiator, in a 1989 Nissan pickup truck is $1100. A private mechanic may be able to do the job for less.
dont have one,check your slave cylinder for leaks,if ok ,then u need a new clutch.
check your clutch slave cylinder for leaks,its bolted on your transmission,about 20 bucks
If you turn the ignition to the on position, and then press the interlock button, you don't have to press the clutch pedal down to start the truck.
It's built into the water pump. You have to replace the water pump.
check clutch slave cylinder
best to get a whole new clutch ,about 250.00
Go to Autozone or Advanced Auto and get the Chilton's Owner's Manual ($18).
look at your clutch master cylinder and check fluid, if low ,check your slave cylinder for leaks ,its bolted on your transmission with 2 bolts ,its at where the boot is ,if leaking ,then replace ,if not then u will need anew clutch.
Could be a bad starter or starter solenoid