A hydrolic clutch has a master cylinder on the driver side mounted on the fire wall that is compressed and released by the cluch petal. The hydrolic fluid moves from the master cylinder through a 18 inch long rubber hose to a slave cylinder that is mounted on the engine near the transmission. There the hydrolic fluid presses a shaft out from the slave cylinder that moves a lever that engages and disengages the clutch itself. The cluch is sprung, and presses back against the slave cylinder shaft. An older model RX7 often fails to hold the hydrolic fluid in the master or slave cylinder because the seals fail due to old age and pitting of the walls of the cylinder. Replacing both cylinders and the hose is a normal maintenance replacement, and costs around US$100. If you can bleed brakes you can replace hydrolic clutch cylinders. The bolts for the master cylinder are hard to reach, and are WAY back under the dash. But patience, long fingers, and a good tool set usually can get them off. I have had to cut the old master cylinder off once when the bolts had rusted. It is _not_ recommended to rebuild either cylinder, and if one is old, usually the other is too. There is no point getting stuck somewhere with a faulty cylinder just to save a small amount of money. It is very unlikely that the clutch itself is somehow "frozen". If it is, you will need to pull the engine and remedy the problem, but again, it is very unlikely. If you have a bad apex seal, there is not much point in fixing the clutch. Rebuild or replace the engine first, then deal with the clutch.
replace it happened to me
You would have your lips stuck together until you somehow got it to unstick
It's a pain. You need to pull the valve cover, remove the timing belt and the camshaft over the stuck valve, and tap the valve real lightly with a hammer to unstick it.
Happened to mine if your brake light flashed before like flickering it might be your brake fluids low add some then move your clutch petal half pumpls get the air out. Its a hydrolic so it should pop back up by itself one the air is out and the fluids replenished. Hope this helps
One needs a clutch kit once he or she notices that the clutch is slipping. It is better to change it than be stuck in the middle of the road with a faulty clutch.
Sounds like a broken clutch spring.
Well, we need lots more information here. Is the clutch pedal actually "stuck" to the floor? In other words, can you NOT lift the pedal up to the normal position? OR, has the clutch pedal "fallen" to the floor due to no resistance from the clutch?
AC Compressor clutch relay may be stuck. Remove the relay and see if the clutch releases.
Your clutch cable snapped. It should be an easy fix.
its a clutch stuck to a switch and it can carry magnetic stuff near 1 meter away
To unsick hit enter, type unstick, and you will shoot in the air. TA-DA! (P.S. Doesn't work unless your stuck.) Also, If you haven't played FUSION FALL, you should try it!
If a 1989 Nissan Sentra clutch pedal quit working and the car is now stuck in reverse, it will need to be towed to a repair shop to fix the clutch. The transmission may also be damaged due to it being stuck in reverse.
You need to bleed your clutch master cylinder line.
the springs in the clutch may be shot or broken
Torque Converter Clutch Circuit Stuck On
no. but it will interfere with keeping your engine staying cool its simple to replace a fan clutch
Depending on weather it has a cable or hyd. clutch it could be your slave cyld. is stuck or is low on oil. It is cable the linkage might be stuck or your cable is broken or out of adjustment.
While running, the clutch must engaged before you can shift into a gear. While off and sitting, the clutch does not need to be engaged to shift. The car is stuck in 5th gear?
You need to cut it to the right size to help it not get stuck.
check your clutch fluid lines and your clutch fluid and also bleed the clutch and it should work just fine mine did the same thing and i had to replace a clutch line that was pinched
Either your clutch is stuck or your synchro mesh and or bushings have gone out. you need to have your tranny serviced
Clutch master cylinder might be blown out. this is located in the engine bay, the top right.
check your clutch and brake fluid