to start with when you push in on the clutch pedal you are disengaging it. Your description sounds like the clutch has clutched its last clutch What if it is not the clutch?
Most likely, the clutch or the clutch pilot bearing is dragging. This is caused by clutch hydraulic leaks not letting the clutch fully disengage or the clutch pressure plate/disc/flywheel is warped. Crawl under the car, (engine off)have a friend push/release pedal, see if slave cylinder throw seems adequate and look for leaks. If throw is short, problem is in the clutch hydraulics; if throw is normal, problem is the clutch.
You have a bad or clogged slave or clutch master cylinder
You have no clutch left. May of worn to the point it's not grabing or the clutch face may have blown off all at once. If you dump the clutch to often it can go all at once.
Maybe someone is pushing the wrong functions.
You may need to adjust your clutch or replace your clutch.
Possibly the clutch was installed facing the wrong way, or the clutch has not had enough time to properly seat.
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.
There is no adjusting these clutches. It uses a hydraulic system to push on the clutch. If you are having problems either there is a problem with the clutch assembly. Its worn out and slipping. Or the clutch slave or master cylinder is leaking, either internally or externally and its not pushing the clutch. If somthing is wrong with the clutch then you might as well buy a kit and replace everything as long as you are going to have the transmission out.The slave and master cylinders should also be replaced with a complete kit. It also saves on not having to bleed the system since the kit is fully assembled and has fluid in it already.
There is no tightening. It is hydraulic and self-adjusting. If you have little or no clutch, you need a new clutch or something is wrong in the hydraulics.
If it's a hydraulic clutch, try bleeding the slave cylinder. Manual linkage, try adjusting the clutch. If no help, something's wrong with the pressure plate and you need a new clutch.
Mine is out of Freon.
Your clutch needs adjusted or replaced.
If its an AUTOMATIC transmission,,,,More than likely,,,its the bands and clutches needs replacing in the tranny,,,if its a STANDARD,,,,its the CLUTCH,,,PRESSURE PLATE needs replacing Semper-Fi Devil-Dog
Wrong place to ask!!!!!
I would say air in the line, or you need a new clutch
The transmission. or clutch if it has one.
you need a clutch that's all
Could be a broken clutch fork, linkage, or cable depending on the setup.
My 94 Pontiac grand am se quad 4 the clutch is real loose and 1st gear is slipping
If it will go into gear when the engine is off but not when the engine is running, the clutch is not disengaging. It could be the clutch, possibly warped or put in wrong, or it could be the hydraulic clutch mechanism.
We had the same problem, and thought maybe it was the battery, turned out to be a faulty clutch switch. Next time the car won't start, try pushing down HARD on the cluch 3 times and then try starting it again, if it starts, you've got a bad clutch switch. Hope that helps!
NO you can't because a ford probe Gt is a v6 while the ford probe base is a flat 4. Because of this the car is shaped differently including the bumper so you need to order a bumper for a base ford probe. this guy is wrong it is a direct bolt on and its inline 4 not flat 4
i dont know. over heats
If it does this in all gears, I bet your clutch is shot. Other things that could cause problems are the Clutch master cylinder or clutch slave cylinder.
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