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?
In the six cylinder the alternator holds the top left pulley for the serpentine belt. Directly underneath of where you add engine oil. In fact the pipe for adding engine oil is mounted to the alternator
You can add power steering fluid to your Nissan Pathfinder by adding it to the power steering reservoir. The power steering reservoir will be near the firewall in the engine compartment.
Anytime as long as you are adding it to the reservoir. Never remove the radiator cap when the engine is hot.
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Remove the head. Spray the cylinder with wd-40 or PB Blaster. Let it soak for an hour, adding more spray every 10 minutes. Place a large piece of wood in the cylinder and tap it with a hammer until the cylinder frees.
By adding coolant to the overflow reservoir, if it does not turn off when at the proper level the sensor is most likely faulty.
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If you're adding coolant to the reservoir often, you have a leak somewhere. Have the cooling system pressure tested. That may force the leak to show up.
To the full mark. Look on the side of the master cylinder and you will see marks. Now if it is low this means one of two things. You either have a leak that needs repairing or your brake pads are worn. As the pads wear the volume in the reservoir goes down. This is why you have to add fluid. Would be a good idea to check the pads before adding fluid. Once you replace the pads the fluid level will return to the full mark.
technically there is no reservoir like a power steering pump or brake fluid..just a dip stick like your oil and you add through the dip stick..when adding to a dodge though slowly add and put it in gear a few times then check the level of it
I looked and looked for one on my '96. I swear it doesn't have one. I believe that all fluid adding must be done via the reservoir.
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First, find out why the reservoir is empty. If you've developed a leak, you need to find out where it is and fix it. You might be able to get by just with a little fluid in the reservoir, but it will be far less headache in the future if you just fix the problem. Check for leaks in the clutch release cylinder. A new one costs about $60. You will need to bleed the system after adding fluid. Attach clear tubing (5/16" inside diameter, about 1 ~ 2 feet long) to the bleeder nipple on the release cylinder and run it to a container, loosen the nipple, have someone depress the clutch pedal and hold it down. Tighten the bleed nipple before the clutch pedal is released. Repeat until fluid runs out with no bubbles.
White smoke (steam) coming out the exhaust that has a sweet smell to it.You are always adding coolant to the reservoir but never see a leak. Constant air bubbles coming out if the radiator coolant when engine is running and radiator cap is off. Engine overheats for no apparent reason. A compression test will determine which cylinder/head has the problem.
your brake master cylinder serves as your slave cylinder resevior. If either your master or slave clutch cylinders are going bad, it may not do any good to try to adjust them. But the slave cylinder has a bleeder screw and the process of bleeding the clutch is similar to bleeding the brakes. In short, open the bleeder screw when clutch is being pressed, and close it when clutch is fully pressed. Have a tube on the bleeder screw going into a jar of brake fluid so you can see bubbles coming out of the slave. The slave is mounted on the bottom of the transmission and the master clutch cylinder is on the firewall behind and below the battery, it has a tube that goes to the lower right rear of the master brake cylinder reservoir to get it's fluid supply.
It's the front passenger side cylinder. ========================================================== Just adding to the answer : 4 - 8 3 - 7 2 - 6 1 - 5 front of vehicle
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First be sure the parking brake is fully released, then if the light is still on and the reservoir is now full, you have air in the system and probably should have the brakes inspected because you shouldn't have had an empty reservoir in the first place.
Yes, under normal operation. If you are adding coolant to the reservoir often, you have a leak somewhere. Have a trusted mechanic pressure test the cooling system to determine the cause.
Good time to replace all the brake fluid. Remove the brake lines from the Master Cylinder and pump the master cylinder dry. Add fresh brake fluid from an unopened can and bleed the master cylinder. Reinstall the brake lines and then bleed all brake lines until you see clean fluid. Keep adding fluid to the Master Cylinder until you are done.Good time to replace all the brake fluid. Remove the brake lines from the Master Cylinder and pump the master cylinder dry. Add fresh brake fluid from an unopened can and bleed the master cylinder. Reinstall the brake lines and then bleed all brake lines until you see clean fluid. Keep adding fluid to the Master Cylinder until you are done.
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passenger side front cylinder -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Just adding to the answer On a Ford Crown Victoria firewall 4 - 8 3 - 7 2 - 6 1 - 5 front of vehicle
You don't add coolant directly to the radiator, rather it goes into an overflow reservoir in the engine compartment. There will be a "min" or "max" line (or both) showing the proper level to be maintained. The reason we do not remove the radiator cap anymore is to keep the coolant system a sealed system so that no air can penetrate the coolant systems. By adding coolant through the reservoir (which has liquid in it already which is drawn from the bottom of that reservoir) we are not comprising the sealed system.