Chilton's "General Motors - Corcia/Beretta 1988-96 Repair Manual, page 7-14" HOWEVER...Although it appears to be a single assembly, (Master - rigid hose - Slave) I was able to purchase just Master cylinder (1988) the slave cyl has bleeder valve on it. 1990 - 96 do not, and a rather tedious bleeding process is described. (pg. 7-16) any questions contact me. Can you put e-mail address in here ? Kris email@example.com
According to the Owner Guide , the clutch master cylinder and the brake master cylinder are part of the same system . The clutch and the brake system can be filled at the brake master cylinder with DOT 3 brake fluid
This is a hydraulic master and slave cylinder clutch, there is no adjustment. Check for a leak in the system, a faulty master or slave cylinder, or wear on the clutch plate.
the clutch system is self adjusting no adjustment can be made . check the clutch master cylinder reservior
you might have a air in your clutch system or your clutch master/or slave could be worn.
My guess would be air in the system. Many clutch master cylinders must be bench bled correctly before installing.
There are two normal causes. The clutch is worn out or there is a leak in the hydraulic clutch slave or master cylinder. To check the clutch, press the clutch slave cylinder down. If the clutch slave cylinder bellows compresses down to the slave cylinder, the clutch is worn out. Check the clutch master cylinder fluid level. if this is low, then the clutch cylinder need to be checked. To check for a hydraulic leak in the clutch slave cylinder, remove the cylinder's bellows and check for any fluid. If fluid is present, rebuild or replace the cylinder and bleed the system. To check the clutch master cylinder, check the back the of clutch master cylinder for leaks. If fluid is present, replace or rebuild clutch master cylinder and bleed the system. In my experience, hydraulic leaks occur at the clutch slave cylinder.
first check your clutch slave cylinder for leaks, if its leaking ,replace and bleed system,if its not leaking,bleed system ,dont forget to bleed clutch damperand if its still not right, then replace clutch master cylinder.
The clutch master cylinder and the brake master cylinder are part of the same system . Both can be filled at the brake master cylinder using brake fluid
The clutch parts that wear out would be the clutch master cylinder and the clutch slave cylinder. Replacing the clutch master cylinder requires disconnecting the hydraulic line, unbolting and removing the master from the vehicle, bench bleeding the new master, install the new master then bleeding the system. Replacing the clutch slave cylinder requires removing the transmission assembly. I would recommend purchasing a shop repair manual for that vehicle if you want to DIY.
shhould be da same way u bleed your break system... bleed valve on clutch master cylinder...
Clutch is not adjustable. I would recommend changing the brake fluid in the clutch system and bleed the air out of it. If it continues to cause problems, rebuild the clutch master cylinder. Bob
no, you are trying to get the air out of the system, not fill it full.
the only place to get that would be a g.m. dealership.
If you allowed the master/reservoir to drain empty while the line was disconnected or installed the master dry, you may have to remove the master and bench bleed it first. Always keep the reservoir full during the process.
u must bleed the system . fill the clutch master cylinder with dot 3 brake fluid and keep an eye on it when bleeding so it wont run out ,have someone pump clutch pedal 3 times and hold to floor and oper bleeder valve on clutch slave cylinder till no air comes out then go to clutch damper and do the same ,follow clutch line fromclutch master cylinderto damper.
Bleed system and then see if pumping clutch is necessary for proper operation. Keep in mind that there is a master cylinder and slave cylinder.
There are no adjustments on a HYDRAULIC CLUTCH SYSTEM. The clutch disc is ether worn out, or the clutch slave cylinder is going bad. Is the clutch master cylinder full of fluid ?? If not there is a leak in the system, and you are not depressing the throw out bearing far enough. and that makes it hard to shift.
i have fitted a new clutch, clutch fork, flywheel,clutch master & clutch slave cylinders the problem is i cannot get a pedal after bleeding the slave cyl,there is no air in the system & i still cannot get a good enough pedal help????
Works similar to a braking system- fluid cannot be compressed so when you exert pressure on the clutch pedal it transfers this effort through the master cylinder to the slave cylinder forcing the clutch mechanism to activate causing the clutch to disengage
Bench bleed it to avoid introducing air into the system.
You cannot adjust the clutch. It is hydraulic, with a master cylinder and slave cylinder in the transmission. Their are no adjustments. Make sure system has fluid and no leaks.
Depending on the model, the clutch system is not serviceable, and there is no bleeding procedure. The factory did this on some models to make replacement quick and easy - the clutch hydraulic system to be replaced as an entire unit, clutch master cylinder, lines, clutch slave cylinder being all one piece. These units came from the factory pre-assembled, and pre-bled.
There is air in the clutch hydraulic system. This can be because the Master or Slave is bad, low fluid level, or it was not completely bled after installing a Slave or Master. Usually this problem is caused by a bad clutch slave which has leaked out all of the fluid. Kyrasis6 Owner of Mazdatruckin.com