clutch needs adjusting,or if a hydraulic operated clutch, the system needs proper bleeding
A clutch not disengaging is usually a hydraulic issue. Check your clutch fluid. Then check your clutch master and slave cylinders for leaks.
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.
No, slipping is not affected by low hydraulic fluid level. The hydraulics of your clutch only DISENGAGE your clutch, they do not engage it. If it's slipping, it's either worn out, the pressure plate springs have weakened or you have oil on the clutch disk.
hydraulics work because fluids are considered a non-compressible material. therefore when you put your foot down on the clutch pedal it pushes the hydraulic fluid pressure through the line to disengage the clutch. if there is air in the line the air bubble will compress (gases ARE compressible) and you will feel a "spongy pedal" and you will have to "pump" the clutch pedal to move that air bubble down the hydraulic line before you get a "good" clutch
where and how to adjust clutch pedal 1993 s10 It is hydraulic operated, there is no adjustment.
If the clutch won't engage, the clutch disc or pressure plate has probably broke apart. If the clutch won't disengage, the clutch hydraulic fluid reservoir is empty because of a leak in the system.
If it's a hydraulic clutch there isn't an adjustment. Just make sure the fluid is up. If it still slips or won't disengage you probably need to replace the clutch.
Yes, it does have a hydraulic clutch Yes, it does have a hydraulic clutch
Try to be a little more specific when you describe how the clutch gets "stuck". Do you mean that it won't dis-engage, or do you mean that it won't engage? If it won't disengage, it could be a problem with the hydraulics, in which case you'll probably need to track down whether there is a leak in the master cylinder or slave cylinder, whether the fluid is low or if there is a mechanical problem with the hydraulic clutch system. A clutch that won't disengage can also be caused by a damaged clutch disk, throwout bearing or pressure plate. If it won't ENGAGE, it is probably a problem with the physical clutch disk and/or pressure plate.
It has a hydraulic clutch
Broken clutch fork or hydraulic line if a hydraulic clutch.
HYDRAULIC CLUTCH IN THE 03 ASTRA
You don't. Hydraulic clutches are by their very nature self adjusting, if the clutch will not work correctly then you are low on fluid or have another problem.
It could possibly be your clutch pedal height. I had to fix the problem in my car, had the same thing happening. Go to your local shop or look up on the interweb and find out how to adjust the clutch pedal height.
A 2007 corsa would be a hydraulic clutch
The clutch is not adjustable, it's hydraulic and as such adjusts itself. The problem you are describing is the result of a failed clutch system, typically a leaky hydraulic component.
You have a clutch problem The clutch is not releasing correctly and the the car will not go into gear This is probably a problem with the hydraulic clutch system.
Do you mean that when you pull in the clutch it won't disengage? The Intruder has a hydraulic clutch. It's usually because you need to bleed the air out of your clutch system or that your hydraulic fluid (DOT 4 brake fluid) is very dirty. You do this the same way you would bleed the brakes. George in Seattle
It is a hydraulic operated clutch.
Ford 250 1994
Yes, all miata's have a hydraulic clutch.
Yes, mine has just popped and therefore have found this out myself.
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.
Sounds like your clutch disc is worn out and slipping.