how to remove a clutch pedal assembly 2004 gmc sierra
the return spring on the clutch pedal assembly must be replaced.
The clutch is the pedal you press to change gear.
Step one is to remove the large wing nut on the clutch actuating arm on the transaxle, located ahead of the engine, oin the drivers side, on top of the transaxle. Next, you have to remove the accelerator cable from either the pedal assembly, or detatch it from your carb linkage. Lastly, you need to remove the two bolts holding the pedal assembly on, one in front of the accelerator pedal, and one behind it. The pedal assembly should pull right out of it's mounting hole and you will have access to the clutch pedal hook and the clutch cable. Remove the clutch cable, inspect the clutch pedal hook to make sure it isn't getting too worn out ( I have had one of these hooks break off on me from years of driving and a Kennedy pressure plate ), then thread the new clutch cable into it's guide tube, hook the end onto the back side of the clutch pedal, re-install the pedal assembly, then the large wing nut and accelerator cable. B. Nash
The clutch pedal assembly has a clutch rod that pushes in on a clutch master cylinder. There is a hydro line that goes from the master cylinder to the slave cylinder.
where does the clutch cable go from the pedal?? my clutch snapped earlier
No you do not need to change the motor only the bellhousing will be different and also the peddle assembly to add the clutch pedal.
Find the clutch fluid reservoir and take its cap off. Look under the dashboard to locate the stop-nut. Loosen the nut and set the pedal where you want it to be. Tighten the stop-nut and test the clutch pedal.
Either the brake and clutch pedal assembly needs lubrication or you have a size 14 shoe.
1. Remove clutch pedal assembly from car. 2. Remove fulcrum bolt. 3. Install clutch assist spring. 4. Align fulcrum (say, with a screwdriver tip). 5. Insert fulcrum bolt. 6. Reinstall clutch pedal assembly.
When you put in the new assembly, hold the pedal up straight so the cable doesn't unhook from the assembly. Then have some one in the back put the cable tight and screw the wing nut on until its tight then let go of the pedal their you have it. put the pedal in an out to make sure it tight if it feel back down then you didn't tighten it enough in the back.
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No. The clutch is cable-actuated from the pedal assembly to the throw-out/release bearing fork asembly. There is no hydraulic assist in the clutch system.
There are several videos online that visually illustrate the process of replacing the clutch pedal assembly on Chevy pickups, including the 2000 c1500. Most of them include a combination of unscrewing the push rod and unplugging the wire connection to the clutch interlock.
The whole pedal assembly must be removed. There are two (2} 17MM bolts that hold the assembly in position against the tunnel. When they are removed the assembly is pulled left away from the tunnel and tilted so that the clutch cable which is inside the tunnel can be brought out side the tunnel hole and unhooked to release the pedal assembly. The clutch,Brake and gas pedal are all together in one unit
Cable clutch - when you depress the clutch lever or pedal, you pull at a Cable whose other end is attached to the fork that operates the pressure plate in the clutch assembly. Hydraulic clutch - when you depress the clutch lever or pedal, you push at a piston in a Master cylinder. Pushing at the piston pressurizes the hydraulic fluid in the master cylinder, and in the hose leading to a Slave cylinder placed at the clutch. The piston in the slave cylinder extends and operates the pressure plate in the clutch assembly.
A reverse clutch setup is when the clutch assembly is normally in the "release" or "free" mode when at rest, as opposed to the usual "normally-engaged" arrangement. In other words, the spring is pushing to dis-engage the clutch and pedal pressure is required to connect the engine to the rest of the drive train. In a normal automotive clutch system, the driver has to push in the pedal to release the clutch, then let go of the pedal to engage it.
The clutch pedal pivots inside an aluminum carrier. The pedal assembly has two plastic spring loaded buttons that will break. You need to pop the pedal down using moderate force breaking the pin that is not broke. You have already removed the Clutch master cylinder rod. Now you will need to pull the old pedal out. When installing the new pedal both buttons will compress (like a toilet paper roll rod). and when in position they will pop into both openings Now reassemble everything , Your done.
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im sure this is on the clutch pedal itself.
You may need a new clutch.
First make sure your car is off. Then climb under and and locate the clutch pedal assembly. Find the clutch bracket with a keyhole cut out on the top of it. You need to access the bolt on the underside of this bracket. Remove this and now you can replace the part.
i have fitted a new clutch, clutch fork, flywheel,clutch master & clutch slave cylinders the problem is i cannot get a pedal after bleeding the slave cyl,there is no air in the system & i still cannot get a good enough pedal help????
The clutch pedal cannot be adjusted
4 bolts to the master and 2 bolts to the column now you also have to unhook the brake peddle and the clutch