Should cost 400-600 in labour 300 for the part.
Its not bad, but if you've never done it before, go get a repair manual form an autoparts store. You will need to know what you are doing when you bleed it.
There is no clutch fluid reservoir on a 1997 Probe. On this car, it is the same as the brake fluid reservoir.
Clutch master cylinder reservoir.
Misadjusted or bad clutch safety switch? Usually located at the upper end of the clutch pedal
My probe will not shift to any gear while running but will when turned off. Before taking it to a mechanic I would like a general idea if this is a clutch or transmission problem.
im sure this is on the clutch pedal itself.
cant its hydraulic if the clutch slips its time for a new 1
This depends on if you are taking the car to a mechanic or doing the work yourself. If you are having a mechanic do this, have them replace the timing belt and timing belt tensioner as well. Expect to pay in the 400 dollar range. If you are doing this yourself, you can save up to half off the mechanic's bill.
The 95 SE has an hydraulic-assist clutch that is slaved off of the brake master cylinder.
Take it to a mechanic.
I have an automatic. But (usually) The Slave Cylinder is on the transmission, easily accessible and easy to replace. It's a small thing on the transmission (usually) with a rubber boot with a piston inside. Have to bleed the clutch master cylnder as well. -CE
you don't. it's hydraulic and, automatically adjusted hydraulically.
IF your 94 Probe GT has a new clutch, but when you are on a hill the car will not go, it could be the fuel line. This is especially true if it does not stall and does not rev up either.
no it is not , your looking approx. 8.5 hrs in and out to replace a probe transmission....
The clutch has two main parts; the master clutch cylinder and the slave cylinder. Follow the line down from the master cylinder to find the slave. Most of the time the slave needs to be rekitted or replaced and then bled. That should fix it.
might have a leak in the clutch lines somewhere check to see if you have any fluid should be by the master cylinder and look like a clear pill bottle change your slave cylinder..it would cost you about $45..i had the same problem last week..now its running new..my 89' probe..
In my 20 plus years of working professionally on cars, and for Ford Motor Company, I have never heard of a "clutch gasket." I have absolutely no idea what you are asking about. But if you want to see some funny blank stares, you could go to the parts dept of your nearest Ford dealership and ask for a clutch gasket. Are you talking about a seal in the hydraulic clutch system? If so, then you don't need to worry about finding a seal, since hydraulic clutch componets are serviced as assemblies. In other words, if you have a leaking master cylinder, replace the master cylinder. If you have a leaking slave cylinder, replace that.
Replace the seal.
In the alternator. Have to replace the Alternator.
Easy: you call a professional to do it. The Probe windscreen is bonded directly to the car and is not a job for the DIY-er.
Sounds like your thermostat was stuck. You should replace that before it happens again.
Try this site. It helped me: http://www.miata.net/garage/mastercyl.html