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Answered 2014-06-10 19:45:08

There are several advantages of a hydraulic clutch system. They include the use of compressible fluid, ease of spotting leaks over a mechanical clutch, and a high power density and actuators.


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1) Self adjusting to a point. 2) Less effort compared to a mechanical clutch. 3) Self lubricating where as cables need to be lubricated time to time.

It's a hydraulic clutch ( the clutch fluid reservoir is near the brake master cylinder )

no, it has a mechanical linkage style clutch operation.

If the clutch is hydraulic, yes. If the linkage is mechanical, no.

Yes, it does have a hydraulic clutch Yes, it does have a hydraulic clutch

Broken clutch fork or hydraulic line if a hydraulic clutch.

Several causes are possible, including:Low hydraulic clutch fluid. Check this first since it's a cheap and easy fix.Air in the hydraulic clutch lines.Faulty clutch master or slave cylinder.Worn out, damaged, or faulty clutch.Bent or damaged mechanical clutch linkage.

A 2007 corsa would be a hydraulic clutch

if the clutch is hydraulic operated, bleed the cluth if it is mechanical cluth, adjust the linkages

A 1959 truck has a mechanical clutch. A 1995 truck uses Dot 3 brake fluid for the hydraulic control.

It is a hydraulic operated clutch.

Yes, all miata's have a hydraulic clutch.

I'm pretty sure that is a hydraulic clutch, check and see if you have a resivoir under the hood for the clutch. If you don't then it is mechanical and then you can adjust it. Check owners manual

It is likely that you had to dismantle your hydraulic clutch to do the work so.Is there air in the hydraulics?Is the linkage and clutch release bearing assembled correct.Is there a hole in the hydraulicsIf it is a cable or mechanical linkage is it assembled correctly?

It seems that mechanical linkage has less probabilities of damages or malfunction because it's simpler than hydraulic systems.Hydraulic systems are self adjusting. (The self adjusting system may become inoperative or damaged too)

In a Ford Ranger , the hydraulic clutch uses ( DOT 3 BRAKE FLUID )

Depends on the year. All Accords' made after 1989 have a hydraulic clutch.

Hydraulic clutch on that model is not ajustable. You either have a bad clutch slave cylinder, Or the clutch and pressure plate needs replaced.

yes. vr6 (glx) jettas have a hydraulic clutch.

There is no hydraulic fluid in the transmission. However, there is hydraulic fluid in the clutch system. If the clutch fluid reservoir is empty it would cause clutch not to operate.

A Saturn clutch is self adjusting. It's a hydraulic system and if the clutch is not adjusting properly it indicates that there is something wrong with the clutch mechanism, either clutch disk, pressure plate or hydraulic components.

it is a hydraulic pressure clutch, the servo pushes on the clutch arm around half as much as your foot moves

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