unfortunately Saturn went out on a limb to produce easy swappable parts in their cars. the clutch hydraulic system can not be bleed. it was intended on being replaced as an entire unit, filled with fluid and bleed at the factory. I've made many trips the salvage yards to obtain a entire assembly.
Depending on the model, the clutch system is not serviceable, and there is no bleeding procedure. The factory did this on some models to make replacement quick and easy - the clutch hydraulic system to be replaced as an entire unit, clutch master cylinder, lines, clutch slave cylinder being all one piece. These units came from the factory pre-assembled, and pre-bled.
There is no adjustment on your hydraulic clutch. Try pumping (quick stabs on the pedal with your foot) the clutch a few times and then push your clutch all the way in. If the clutch works better after pumping it, your slave cylinder is leaking and needs to be replaced. If there is no difference, you may need to bleed your hydraulic lines - if you have air in there, the air will compress unlike hydraulic fluid and your slave cylinder won't have the full range of motion.
Yes. Hydraulic pull type
The clutch pedal cannot be adjusted
Your clutch is operated by a cable , it's not a hydraulic operated clutch on the 2000 Ford Mustang
The 2000 Beetle has a hydraulic clutch, which is self-adjusting. It's not self-BLEEDING, though, so if it feels real mushy you first figure out where it's leaking--air's getting in there somewhere--fix the leak, then bleed it like it was a brake system.
There is no adjustment on a hydraulic clutch. They engage at the very end of the lever release.
Go to saturnfans.com in the how-to library for a complete clutch replacement procedure
there is a bleeder valve on the right side of the tranny that is where you can bleed your system
the clutch on a 2000 ford f250 is a hydraulic clutch there is no adjustment however check the bushing on the rod and pin on the clutch pedal this bushing wears out and you loose pedal if the pin is wrn ,you will have to replace the clutch pedal
the best way to "bleed" any clutch is to get a can with a pump and a hose that will fit over the bleed screw. Loosen the bleed screw put the hose over it and pump fluid back up to the master cylinder this will force any air out.
Well, Generally speaking a Saturn Clutch is expensive, more than a Honda or Toyota.I own a 2000 Saturn SL2, had the clutched replaced about a month ago, for the whole cluthing assembly it cost me $945 parts and labor. labor took about 3 days. The mechanic said that saturns don't have a bleed valve for the clutch lines so they had some problems with it. but the got er' done
DOT 3 brake fluid.
Should be next to the brake fluid cup. DJ FLIP Housepartykings.com
how do you connect the hyraulic master cylinder to the clutch slave cylinder on a 2000 chevy S10 pickup 2.2 4.cylinder
theres no adjustment. need to replace the clutch.or if clutch is new you need to bleed the slave cilinder by the transmission
I am trying to do the same thing those clips are hell to remove did you get them off?
You are severely misinformed; automotive power steering is a hydraulic assist system. There is no fuse.
The clutch pedal can be adjusted for height. There is no adjustment for the actual clutch on a 2000 Accent.
More diagnosis is needed to determine if the clutch was installed wrong, or the hydraulics were ruined during the operation. Many times the hydraulics are ruined by not placing them away from any accidental encounters and the hydraulic arm that pushes the pressure plate is pressed in and thus the hydraulics are ruined. See saturnfans.com for more info
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Hey Dan==It can be several things. first make sure it has fluid in the master cyl. If it is full, you probably need to have it checked out . GoodluckJoe clutch slave cylinder or clutch master, or brake master, all are not very expensive spring
MY 2000 saturn is a standerd and I get an av of 38mpg