The Hydraulic clutch fitted to the rover 400 is a sealed unit and the only thing that you can do is to replace the complete unit
its hydraulic not cable
To bleed the clutch of a Rover 75, first remove the interior panels on the steering column. Second, remove the master cylinder and use a syringe to inject the fluid into the system and repeat 4 times to bleed the clutch.
you can adjust the clutch cable as it is a hydraulic clutch, only option is to change the clutch if it is worn or slipping.
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The clutch cable has proabably broken.
If no signs of leakage at slave operating cylinder,then check clutch master cylinder for leakage,and look at clutch pedal and see if you see any clutch fliud as rod comes thru firewall.follow all lines.
If it has a bleeder then you bleed it.
there is none it,s a hyrdaulic system
down by the clutch pedel, closer to the radio tbh,
on the top radiator hose.
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seal has gone on slave cylinder, it needs replacing.
Yes, it is situated above the clutch pedal inside the car. You will have to remove the panel above the pedals to access it.
hydraulic tappet's does it have enough engine oil if yes flush engine oil and add new
unbolt from bellhousing and replace with a new one
The air conditioning compressor clutch relay is located on the bottom of the air conditioner compressor. The relay switch will be labeled.
That depends on your driving style and the type of journeys you do. Harsh clutch use on short stop/start journeys will knock a clutch out much sooner than smooth use on mainly long motorway trips.
check the fluid level in the clutch master cylinder
I suspect an air lock in the coolong system. The bleed screw is located on the pipe running just above the gearbox, It's an 8mm socket that fits the bleed screw.
the master cylinder is on top of the clutch pedal, you will need to remove cover above pedals, and you will see the reservoir cap, its not easy to get to or to take off.
usually if it clunks on clutch release its the a frame ball joint on the rear axle