inspect your ignition wires,and tune up components,than listen closly because i am a Saturn technician,it sounds like you have a coolant temp sensor problem its located under the breater tube.in the head its a two wire sensor,remove it and inspect it for cracks or discoleration.if it has iether of these than it is garbage.also inspect the connector for corrosion.
cause when you let go of the clutch the wheels start turning. holding the clutch keeps it in neutral.
I know about the starter and ignition, but I click the ignition and then it clicks, then when I press and hold the starter it starts then immediatly stalls, I have tried it in neutral, in gear, with clutch, without clutch, with clutch and throttle.
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.
Misadjusted or bad clutch safety switch? Usually located at the upper end of the clutch pedal
The slave cylinder has failed and will need replaced.
Clutch safety switch
If it starts to slip or if you have to push it in a long way just to get it to come out or gear then its starting to go. They will usually start to slip first because in the clutch there is a pressure plate and they will wear down over time and then it starts to slip when it gets to low.
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?
The clutch start switch is bad.you will find it at the top of the clutch pedal
No. My 2002 Softail (Deuce) will start in gear, clutch in or clutch out, if the ignition is turned on.
If the clutch switch failed then the car will not start unless the switch is bypassed. The purpose of a clutch safety switch is to prevent the car from dangerously starting, so when it malfunctions that car will not start without it switch off.
The problem may be with your starter and not with the clutch.
On my 2002 wrangler you have to put a fuse in the fuse box behind the glove box. I think it says transmission but this will allow you to start the Jeep without having to push in the clutch.
A clutch does not go into gear. A clutch engages, Normally if a clutch fails to engage it is because it is worn. with a worn out clutch you are able to start the car in gear without your foot on the clutch and the car wont move. Normally before this happens you will notice what is known as a slipping clutch. A slipping clutch means that the engine is turning faster than it should to keep the car moving while in gear. once this starts to happen it does not take long for the whole show to come to a stand still.
yes but you have to push in your clutch start cancel button
The clutch start cancel button will eliminate the need to press the clutch in to start the truck. This is useful in mostly offroad situations where pushing in the clutch to start the truck might allow the truck to roll from a precarious position such as off of a rock or back down a hill. You are starting the truck "in gear" so that there is no jerky movements with engaging the clutch. This works best when in the transfer case is in Low. The front hubs should also be locked. To use when on a steep hill or crawling over rocks: * keep your foot on the brake. * press the clutch start cancel button. * turn the key to start the truck. * as the truck begins to move, ease up on the brake to allow the truck to move forward and start. * as the truck starts apply the accelerator pedal as needed to keep you going and prevent stalling. * If you stall it's OK, just keep using the clutch start cancel button until you are out of the situation
it is normal for it to start only with the clutch in as for the brakes they are probably seized and in dire need of service
I got approx. 168,000 miles and 8 years out of my 2002 clutch. I do most of my driving on the highway. Clue that it is going bad....clutch pedal gets harder to push in. When that starts happening start getting quotes because - as I learned - when its done it is done!
Your clutch is not disengaging.
put it in neutral then try to start it.
Do you mean on TV? cause on TV, it starts on January 12, i think
Because you have to have the clutch depressed to start it. They came factory with a clutch safety switch that will not allow the engine to start unless the clutch pedal is pressed to the floor . NOT. the clutch safety switch only allows the starter to be energized... If the glow plugs will cycle then the truck can be pulled to start. When my starter solenoid was bad I pulled it to start.
Turn the key to the run position, put the shifter in second. Someone in the car with the clutch pushed in and get the car moving as fast as you can, let the clutch out & leave it out, it will jerk & buck as the motor starts turning & if its going fast enough the motor should fire, then push in the clutch & it should be running. Parking on a hill usually gives you enough of a rolling start to get it to go.
Manual cars can be started with a bad starter due to the ability to roll start the car. Automatic transmission cars are not so lucky. To roll start a manual car all you need to do is put the car in gear with the key in the "on" position, push in the clutch, get the car to roll, then quickly release the clutch. The transmission will slam into the engine and force it to turn. Don't forget to push the clutch back in once it starts or the car will stall.
Cracks in the clutch disk will cause the noise and a wore syncronizer in will not allow gear to mesh, more so in cold weather.