yes. vr6 (glx) jettas have a hydraulic clutch.
All 1995 GEO Trackers have a clutch cable that is adjustable instead of a clutch reservior filled with hydraulic fluid.
You can't adjust a clutch in a 95 Escort because it has a hydraulic clutch.
No. It is self adjusting.
Remove the transmission. Remove the clutch plate and springs. Remove the clutch. Reverse the process to install the new clutch.
I need to replace release bearing in a 1995 Chevy s10 truck and need to know how to disconnect the hydraulic clutch line for the transmission.
The 95 SE has an hydraulic-assist clutch that is slaved off of the brake master cylinder.
The slave cylinder for your hydraulic clutch is inside the transmission bellhousing
No, the 1990 civic transmission is a cable operated clutch and the 1995 civic is a hydraulic operated clutch. So unless you rig up a hydraulic clutch system(Master cylinder, pedal, slave cylinder, lines...) it will not work. But a company called "Hasport" makes a bracket that has a cable attachment that operates the clutch engagement and disengagement.
bad clutch, bad pressure plate, throw out bearing, air in the hydraulic lines...etc
You should see a white sleeve around the fitting that is at the transmission. Slide this sleeve toward the transmission while pulling on the line.
To the best of my knowledge, the clutch on this vehicle is hydraulic and does not need to be adjusted manually. If you are having trouble engaging the clutch or shifting you should have your clutch checked to see if it needs to be replaced. I had, what sounds like, the same problem with my clutch. I own a 1995 Saturn SL2 with a hydraulic clutch. I COULD NOT put car into gear, whether the car was running or turned off. It turned out that the hyrdaulic clutch was out of hydraulic fluid. I took it to my mechanic, (I hadn't the slightest clue what could be causing this). He took a look and filled the clutch with hydraulic fluid and said it works just fine now. He said he didn't see a leak, or any indications of a leak. So we will see. But the short of it is, your (hydraulic) clutch may just need hydraulic fluid.
Slave cylinder needs to be replaced.it leaks
A 1959 truck has a mechanical clutch. A 1995 truck uses Dot 3 brake fluid for the hydraulic control.
You don't. 1995 VW Golf's and GTI's (4cyl & VR6 models) have a hydraulic clutch which means it will self adjust itself to the driver over time. Hand adjusting isn't possable
I have a 1995 an the hydraulic clutch master cylinder is also the brake master cylinder,they both use the same one
no not at all not enough room.if it's standered and you need to replace the clutch you have just enough room to remove and install the clutch remember cut the clutch tool in half
remove wiper arms and cowl
A "hydraulic clutch" use's standard DOT 3 Brake Fluid nothing more. Follow the steel line from the master cylinder up, where it ends is the Fluid Reservoir. Use caution when replacing the fluid as you do not want air in the lines. So to change the fluid simply remove the fluid using an old Turkey baster and pour in the new fluid to the correct level.
You have to remove the transmission from the engine to access the clutch, remove the old, replace with new, and reset (turn) the flywheel. Something most mech. will replace for $300-$500.
Just take the transmission off and the clutch will be exposed. Its that simple. Of course you need to remove the clutch cover, if any fingers are bent or broken, then replace the cover. While your at it replace the release bearing and pilot bearing.
On a 1995 Ford Explorer : No ( at least my 1995 Ford Explorer XLT doesn't )
Normally DOT3 brake fluid. Check you owner's manual or look on the reservoir cap.
To adjust the clutch on a 1995 Yamaha Virago XV250 loosen the clutch cable at the clutch level. Follow to the left side of the engine case remove the access cover, loosen the locknut. Turn the adjusting screw clockwise until it touches the clutch rod. Tighten the locknut. There should be 203 mm free play.