The clutch master cylindar is most likely leaking. It's literally a hydraulic piston attached to the clutch pedal. It is also possible that brake fluid is leaking from the brake master cylendar and running down the line to the clutch pedal, ending up inside.
The gasket to your clutch master cylinder is probably broken or cracked. or your master cylinder is bad.
In most cases they leak hydraulic oil out the back of the cylinder. Crawel up and under the drivers side clutch pedal area and look for fluid leaking inside where the clutch actuator rod enters the back of the clutch master cylinder. It should be dry.
It is either leaking down the inside of your firewall under the dash (master cylinder) or leaking just enough inside the trasnmission bell housing to not puddle and be thrown around by the clutch spinning (slave cylinder).
The clutch and brake`s share the same resovoir the clutch master cylinder is attached to the top of clutch pedal and the clutch slave cylinder is inside the gearbox bell housing.
The clutch slave cylinder , for a hydraulic clutch , is inside the manual transmission bellhousing
The clutch slave cylinder for a hydraulic clutch is inside the manual transmission bellhousing
The torque converter clutch is inside the torque converter.The torque converter clutch is inside the torque converter.
Take the trans out, the clutch is inside the trans ^_^
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.
look above the clutch pedal on the inside of the car.
The 86-93 mazda b series have a hydraulic system.The only adjustment is on the back of the clutch pedal itself.This soley adjust the pedal height.Unless the clutch master is weak or the slave cylinder which engages the throw out bearing(aka release bearing) are worn and just not working properly.The clutch master is adjusted at the back inside the cab of the truck at the clutch pedal.This soley adjust the push rod going into the clutch master cylinder and this IS only done when you replace THIS part only.If your clutch master is leaking fluid at the resivour or your slave cylinder on the transmission is leaking(common) look for fluid on the rubber boot and if leaking replace.Hope this helps I am guessing the slave cylinder maybe your problem if hard to engage pedal or hard to go in gear and not a clutch issue or throw out bearing(being noisy) while in neutral or in any gear for that matter.
There is a steel tube inside your hump in the floor. The clutch cable runs through it from the pedals to the rear of the car. It is welded to secure it from moving inside the tunnel. When one of these mounts breaks loose, you'll hear a popping sound when you push the clutch. you might also feel the pop through the pedal.
If you are referring to the little springs inside the clutch assembly itself, you don't fix them, you replace the clutch.See:How_do_you_replace_the_clutch_in_a_96_Geo_MetroIf you mean anything else in there with the clutch, see the above anyway, that'll get you inside.
There is no adjustment, The clutch it self is either worn out, Bad clutch slave cylinder. Air are no fluid in the clutch mastercylinder. Fill clutch master cylinder up with fluid, be sure to remove the little rubber cub that is inside of the clutch master cylinder before you fill it up, then bleed the clutch of all air. Then see if the clutch works better.
The slave cylinder for your hydraulic clutch is located inside the manual transmission bellhousing
Your clutch is worn out,your pressure plate is shot,or there is a broken spring inside your clutch,you have to drop your tranny to check this out,been there ,done that! good luck,,toro2.
The clutch pedal is the one left of the brake pedal. The clutch disk the pedal affects is inside the transmission bell housing where the engine block bolts to the transmission. Unless you have an automatic, then your car has no clutch.
The clutch master cylinder is in the engine compartment and the slave cylinder for the hydraulic clutch is inside the manual transmission bellhousing
Inside the truck behind or on the clutch pedal
There is no adjustment. If you can depress the pedal and it doesn't engage or engages at the bottom of the travel, it's most likely due to low hydraulic clutch fluid, a leaking slave or master clutch cylinder, or all 3. Look first for low fluid in the clutch reservoir. If it's full, pull back the protective dust boot on the slave cylinder (On the transmission) and look for fluid leaks. If it's dry, you probably have a problem with the master cylinder. They quite often leak back inside the car where the clutch rod from the petal goes through the firewall into the master cylinder. If the clutch petal is at the top of it's travel, you're most likely due for a clutch replacement. The clutch on the Neon comes as a package deal with the clutch, pressure plate, and flywheel in one riveted-together unit. It's one of Chrysler's expensive but unnessary ideas on how to build a clutch. - go figure!
The clutch slave cylinder in your 1998 Mitsubishi does not use fluid. The clutch slave cylinder is sealed with grease inside of it.
Bad clutch, broken gear or fork. Basically trany may be damaged inside unless the clutch or a clutch component in damaged
If you're POSITIVE the clutch slave cylinder isn't leaking, there's only two other places it could come from. The clutch master cylinder or the hydraulic line in between the master and the slave cylinder. Maybe I'm confused. Isn't the clutch Master cylinder the one that the owner would check, and the slave cylinder inside the transmission?
5th gear synro is inside the trans... the clutch has nothing to do with it.
The slave cylinder for your hydraulic clutch is inside the transmission bellhousing