I am not sure the pedal was sticking exactly. I inherited this van from my dad, who passed away. Before he did, he said that he was having trouble with the clutch, but my mom is not sure what he meant. The trouble seemed to be sporadic. Fast forward about a year, and two days ago the van became very difficult to shift as I was driving through town. I reached my destination and parked; when I left and tried to shift from 2nd to 3rd the van would not shift at all, and would never shift (into any gear) again. (I did get it into neutral but then would not go on into any other gear.) It is in a garage now and they say it is either the master cylinder or slave cylinder for the clutch. These vans do not have clutch cables but rather have hydraulic clutch systems. My local garage is charging $225 for the repair, including parts.
Start at the fuel filter. It may be clogged.
If its shorting or open, then YES
maybe the clutch
Weak or dead battery Loose or corroded battery cables Blown fuse or fusable link
Does it go into gear with the engine off? If so, I'd be suspicious of the clutch adjustment.
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Clutch drag is when the clutch pedal is fully depressed and the clutch is still partially engaged. When the clutch pedal is released or in the up position the engine is connected to the transmission input shaft. When the pedal is depressed or in the down position the engine is disconnected completely from the transmission. When the clutch drags it is still partially attached to the engine. A dragging clutch can cause a glazed flywheel and premature failure of the clutch. It will also cause the syncros to work twice as hard to slow down or speed up a gear inside the transmission when shifting. Basically syncros will wear out faster than normal and may not work properly depending on how bad the clutch drag is.
Bad hydraulic cylinders.
If the radiator or reservoir cap is bad it could cause overheating because the system will not build up the proper pressure. Also the fan clutch could be worn out which would keep the fan from spinning fast enough to cool the radiator.
A worn out clutch release bearing would cause a whining sound when you put your foot on the clutch.
A slipping clutch.
Oiling the a/c clutch will cause the clutch to slip and burn up........
bad clutch cable, or not enough oil on the clutch plates.
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.
cause when you let go of the clutch the wheels start turning. holding the clutch keeps it in neutral.
Slack in the clutch release or clutch basket. It might adjust out.
BAD clutch slave cylinder, wore out clutch and pressure plate.
Yes is can if your clutch becomes on fire. make sure to replace your clutch every other day.
If the clutch fluid reservoir is just low, no. If the clutch fluid reservoir is empty, yes.
Clutch is not adjusted properly.
A corroded distributor cap and rotor will cause a vehicle to be difficult if not impossible to start and may cause the motor to run rough. If a manual transmission is jerky the clutch slave cylinder or clutch may need replacing ( clutch slipping ). It would also do to check the clutch lines for leaking fluid.
Many things, but a clutch bearing seems likely.
Because the clutch doesn't apply power
Keep It Simple Stupid. Take it to a mechanic and replace clutch cause any clutch problem means you need to replace it!
yes hydraulic could cause this also the clutch pressure plate could be collapsed