it means you have no clutch fluid(brake fluid) or that you possibly have a leak in the line somewhere or that it needs to be bled.might possibly be the master or slave cylinder.first check the clutch fluid resivor.if its empty then you need to top it off and bleed the line @ the master cylinder then at the slave cylinder.then find out why you have no fluid...the clutch fluid resivor is the smaller one of the two,check inside the car for a leak too,follow the clutch pedal to the firewall and you will see the small rod that goes into your clutch master cylinder,if you have a leak there the master cylinder is bad
On top of the transmission, near the clutch slave cylinder.
you will have to remove the transmission. once you have the tranny off you can remove and replace the clutch...if you buy a new clutch specific directions will come with it...too long to write here.
same way you bleed the brakes. push clutch all the way to the floor and release the bleed valve on the transmission. tighten it up, release the clutch. Need 2 people to do it.
the sensor that tells your engine when the clutch is engaged will be located somewhere on the transmission itself depending on the year. my 96's was right on top under the battery.
it is a cable clutch.
A Concorde has an automatic transmission. It does not have a clutch.A Concorde has an automatic transmission. It does not have a clutch.
You dont..its hydrolic...if the petal spongy..check the fluid level in master..at drive side firewall..if low add..brake fluid...get new master..and or slave... If its slipping...time for a clutch assy....
A major indicator would be when you push the clutch in, you can't shift your transmission. Another one would be when you push the clutch pedal, it just goes straight to the floor with no resistance, or it doesn't push in at all.
The clutch slave cylinder in your 1998 Mitsubishi does not use fluid. The clutch slave cylinder is sealed with grease inside of it.
Transmission fluid will do work for your clutch my friend no worries here.
The VW Beetle does not have clutch fluid. There is not any fluid associated with the clutch. The transmission has transmission fluid.
A clutch in an automatic transmission will decrease fuel economy. A clutch in a manual transmission will increase fuel efficiency.
You need a new clutch
The transmission must be removed to install a new clutch.The transmission must be removed to install a new clutch.
Under the gearbox
$ 400.00 dollars
up behind transmission under the intake manifold to be more comftable take the battery off or you can leave it on,its your choice.thanks.
Installing the transmission after it has been removed in order to replace a clutch or the transmission itself. "Stabbing" comes from act of inserting the shaft of the transmission through the clutch during installation of the transmission. It can be difficult simply because the transmission is heavy but also because the splines have to line up exactly right before the transmission will "stab" the clutch. Below is a picture of the transmission shaft and splines. With the clutch mounted to the back of the engine on the flywheel, the trans has to slide all the way into the clutch and the bell housing of the transmission has to mate completely flush with the engine bell housing,
no , only with the manual transmission for the hydraulic clutch
The torque converter is located between the engine and transmission. The clutch packs are inside the transmission. This car has no mechanical clutch as it is an automatic. There is also a clutch mounted on the front of the A/C compressor.
manual transmission , with no clutch pedal .
Research indicates that there is no pilot bearing in the 2003 Mitsubishi Lancer. On some front wheel drives the clutch disk is splined to the main shaft which has two bearings in the transmission case. No pilot bearing is necessary.
The 2002 PT cruiser is equipped with an automatic transmission. The automatic transmission does not have a standard clutch. The transmission will need to be completely rebuilt.