you just bleed it like the brakes pump the clutch pedal 6 or 7 times hold to the floor and have someone open the bleeder screw on the tranny tighten and repeat until al the air is out of the slave i think its on the driver side of the transmission make sure u fill ur fluid before and after u bleed it
how do you bleed a cluch on a 92 Saturn sl
I HAD THE SAME PROBLEM WITH MY 92 WRANGLER.. GO TO AUTOZONE.COM AND CLICK ON SERVICE MANUALS, THEY WILL EXPLAIN HOW TO BLEED THE SLAVE CYLINDER.. AND IT WORKS.. DON DRC@EPIX.NET
No,It is ahydraulic clutch, try to bleed the unit first and see if that helps.
Many GM clutches of the era are not bleed-able. The clutch hydraulics may not be serviceable, replace as set only.
Clutch repair for a 1992 Sierra will depend on the problem. Clutch systems consist of the clutch, pressure plate and a master and slave cylinder. These parts are not repairable, and the part that has failed will have to be replaced.
Just make it snug with an open end wrench and bleed the line to remove air (make sure fluid reserve does not get low while bleeding).
There is NO adjustment on that year. You either have a BAD Clutch slave cylinder are the clutch and pressure plate is worn out.
unbolt from bellhousing and replace with a new one
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...
You have a hydraulic clutch, most if not all of this type do not have an adjustment. Most likely suspect is the slave cylindar on the transmission. That or the master cylindar, but the slave is more likely. Put a repair kit in or replace slave cylindar. Neither is very costly.
It is mounted on the transmission bell housing by 2 bolts. The clutch master cylinder is mounted on the drivers side fire wall.