How do you replace the hydraulic clutch line on a 1997 Chevrolet S10 pickup?
how do you replace hydraulic line on a 1997 s-10
How do you connect the hydraulic to the clutch slave cylinder on a 2000 S10 chev pickup 2.2 4 cylinder?
1990 Chevy Silverado 1500 pickup has a 5 speed manual transmission with a 350 and a hydraulic clutch In last couple of days it has become hard to shift into gear Is issue clutch or transmission?
Your 1990 Chevy Silverado 1500 pickup has a 5 speed manual transmission with a 350 cuin engine and a hydraulic clutch Within the last couple of days it has become extremely hard to shift and get you?
If the clutch pedal still goes all the way to the top, and there is still about the same amount of "free travel" as you press the clutch, it's probably a problem with the clutch disk. If the clutch disk used with the Chev/350 Pickup tends to have any problems it's that the center positioning bushing occasionally breaks (usually after many miles of use) and can cause the disk to bind between the flywheel and…
No, I'm afraid not. It's got a hydraulic slave cylinder that's not adjustable. If it's slipping, you've got to replace the clutch and pressure plate. Sorry, Dude. ... just adding to this. I think if its slipping you may be screwed (see above). However, if it's not fully DISENGAGING (i.e. slop in the pedal and/or gears still grind when shifting from stop) then I think you can make some adjustment.