If it is a manual transmission I would suspect you have clutch problems. Possibly gear lube or hydraulic clutch fluid has leaked onto the clutch surface. The only repair is to replace the clutch and repair the leak. When you let the clutch out this causes the clutch to chatter thus causing the shaking.
your slave cylinder has gone bad and all your clutch fluid has leaked out,
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The VW Beetle does not have clutch fluid. There is not any fluid associated with the clutch. The transmission has transmission fluid.
The clutch sticks to the floor sometimes if the pedal does not return to pressure plate, which has metal fingers arranged concentrically. YouÊneed to check the master clutch cylinder container to see if the fluid has all leaked out.
There is air in the clutch hydraulic system. This can be because the Master or Slave is bad, low fluid level, or it was not completely bled after installing a Slave or Master. Usually this problem is caused by a bad clutch slave which has leaked out all of the fluid. Kyrasis6 Owner of Mazdatruckin.com
You put brake fluid for the clutch master cylinder
It uses brake fluid in the brake fluid reservoir. The clutch fluid (brake fluid) is fed by the brake fluid reservoir. The clutch fluid reservoir is just beneath the brake fluid reservoir. So, add fluid to the brake fluid reservoir to fill the clutch fluid, also.
The clutch fluid is located in the same reservoir as the brake fluid. As a dot 4 brake fluid, used for the breaks and the clutch.
No. Replacement is necessary.
There is no fluid in the clutch....The clutch master cylinder takes DOT 3 brake fluid. It is the same fluid that you put into the brake master cylinder
Its not your transmission fluid. If you have a clutch it is probably going bad. You can check your clutch master cylinder fluid in the engine compartment. It is just like your brake master cylinder. Chiltons has repair manuals at the library I think. Or the manual in your car should show you where it is.
no such thing as clutch fluid. dot 3 brake fluid is to be used in the clutch tank
If the clutch fluid reservoir is just low, no. If the clutch fluid reservoir is empty, yes.
Where do you fill clutch fluid in a volvo
If the answer refers to "it's not engaging completely to shift" it could be: * not enough clutch fluid * slave cylinder clutch, damaged and needs bleeding/repair/replacement * master cylinder clutch, damaged and needs bleeding/repair/replacement First check for fluid, if enough, then bleed the circuit changing to new fluid. If looking at the cylinders, any of them is leaking, it needs repair, repair kits are found at NAPA (USA). it's cheaper than replacement, but if the cylinder is damaged it will leak again soon. Some air in the circuit is enough for not letting the clutch work fully, and with the time the fluid will get water from ambient and that water will evaporate (with heat) creating air pockets. If the answer refer to "side pedal play" you need to remove the pedal clutch assembly to replace the bushings
The clutch fluid and the brake fluid can both be filled in the brake fluid reservoir.
1. Clutch fluid is brake fluid. 2. The fluid used for your clutch master/slave cylinders is pulled from your brake fluid reservoir.
The fluid may come from different places. While it is unlikely to be hazardous, it is sensible to treat it as toxic. Whatever the cause, it sounds like it's time for a repair.
I BELEAVE THE BRAKE FLUID RESERVOIR AND CLUTCH FLUID RESERVOIR ARE ON IN THE SAME.
Yes, there is no such thing as clutch fluid. It's all brake fluid.
The clutch uses DOT 3 or 4 brake fluid, and shares the reservoir with the brake system. The brake fluid reservoir is the same as the clutch fluid reservoir.
The fluid in the clutch master cylinder is brake fluid. Use DOT 3 or similar brake fluid for fluid replacement.
you dont add clutch fluid. If the clutch is slipping that means that you need to buy a new clutch
T5 Transporter clutch fluid is contained within the break fluid reservoir.