Check the slave cylinder. That's what usually leaks.
There is no clutch adjustment. The clutch is hydralic and therefore needs no adjustment. If the clutch isn't working correctly you most likely have to bleed the clutch line.
most likely the clutch is going. you can try checking to see if there is air in the hydralic lines though, that might take care of it
Most likely the clutch is shot. When the clutch plate can't engage with the transmission there will be slippage between the engine and the drive wheels.
The clutch hydraulics have a problem is the most likely issue Either clutch master cylinder or clutch slave cylinder
You should not attempt to replace the clutch yourself unless you have considerable mechanical skills. In this case, the problem is most likely that the spring holding the clutch pedal in place is broken.
sounds like your slave cylinder is bad or your clutch, find your clutch fluid reservoir and see if its full ,if not look for a leak if there is a leak most likely that's the problem and needs replacing.
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.
The most likely problem is the crank or cam sensor. Dripping coolant could be in the connectors, or possibly one was hit and damaged during installation.
More than likely you are splipping the clutch and the s mell is the facing of the clutch burning off.
Have a look at: Clutch slave cylinder Clutch cable More than likely the clutch itself has broken spring(s)
Could depend on the age of the vehicle, but most likely a problem with your clutch, but it's more likely that it's your transmission, have everything checked out to make sure everything's working properly.
This is most likely a blade clutch problem. Many times they short and have to be replaced.
Hello, Jamison here, Your car has A hydrolic clutch,, There are A couple of things that will cause your problem, LOW FLUID, BAD master or slave cylinder, And the LEAST likely, Your clutch disc or cover is broken,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Good luck, Jamison.
Fan has a problem, probably a bad fan clutch. If you can spin it easily when the engine is off it is most likely bad.
If there is oil dripping out of the bottom of you clutch housing then the seal is leaking and more than likely they damaged the seal during install. Intake valves do not leak oil. I would go to a different shop
most likely is the condensation from the AC, completely normal
Water condensation following hot showers causes water to drip from various fixtures in a room, specially in winter months when the humidity is lower. The solution to this problem is not pretty. Take cold showers and the water dripping from your fixtures will likely go away.
Many things, but a clutch bearing seems likely.
the clutch sliping is normally due to worn friction material and if the car judders when the thumping takes place like its about to stall this is most likely the problem caused by coasting alot or just age and normal wear might need a new clutch answer if clutch is slipping, have it adjusted, but with thumping noise and slipping , u need a new clutch get it doe before you need to be towed
Most likely it is the slave cylinder on the transmission. you need to check clutch cylander for leaks only place it can leak is the clutch cylander or the fluid line
BAD RELAY answer bad switch bad relay and most likely, bad clutch
If it cools down at speed you have a fan problem. Most likely the fan clutch has gone bad.
If the clutch disengages properly then the compressor should not be running. Most likely the clutch itself is bad instead of the compressor.
The 1993 Saturn used a self adjusting hydraulic clutch system on the manual transmission vehicles. As such, the clutch never needs adjustment. If you're having trouble with the clutch, it is most likely because of a worn or damaged clutch assembly.
No, the freon is in a sealed piping system. The water dripping outside is most likely due to condensation. Plus, freon is a gas under normal atmospheric conditions.