In my PERSONAL experience, dealerships are among the WORST places to take a vehicle for repair unless it's a warranty issue. They usually put their least experienced mechanic on the problem and when something goes wrong they say that another part needed to be replaced and charge you again. Go back, have them repair the issue and when they try to charge you tell them that you might have been willing to pay for the part if they had found the problem the first time, but now it just seems like they are trying to rip you off. Why didn't they check out the vehicle when they were finished with it? No, I've told my family to avoid dealers and let me take care of the problems for them.
The clutch pedal.
An air conditioner clutch will not engage without voltage. If it doesn't engage, the compressor will not turn.
If your clutch is properly adjusted and your clutch brake doesn't engage, then your clutch brake is worn, and needs to be replaced. If you don't have 1.5 to 2 inches of free play in your clutch (this goes for both pull- and push-type), then you need to make that adjustment first and see if that rectifies the problem.
If the clutch won't engage, the clutch disc or pressure plate has probably broke apart. If the clutch won't disengage, the clutch hydraulic fluid reservoir is empty because of a leak in the system.
This is most likely a blade clutch problem. Many times they short and have to be replaced.
If you just replaced the clutch and pressure plate, the only "little rod" I can think of is in the slave cylinder. It is what pushes the fork in to disengage the clutch. If you did not put it in, you should not be able to shift or engage the clutch. The slave cylinder should blow out the seal when you step on the clutch pedal. The rod is about the diameter of a pencil and 2 inches long more or less?
It's the overdrive engage button, which is like a 5th gear. It only engages when the gear lever is in 4th gear and it can be operated without depressing the clutch.
Is to disengage and engage
bad clutch cable, or not enough oil on the clutch plates.
it might not have any hydrolic fluid in the clutch master cylinder to engage the cluth or your clutch might me shot and just won't engage at all meaning you need a new one (was there a smell in the car right before you couldn't use clutch? that might of been the clutch burning up). don't quote me on all that I'm just telling you what you can check.
you need to bleed your clutch fluid
I'm assuming you mean why does the clutch still engage at a high point after replacement; When you replace your clutch it is normally due to it being burnt out from overheating or from extensive wear of the flywheel. Long travel in the clutch pedal is caused by extensive wear on the flywheel, so if it was replaced due to being burnt out, replacement will not alter the travel (the distance between plates has not changed). Either that or the mechanic who replaced it did not properly adjust it.
Assuming you mean the clutch won't disengage and the system has been bled properly, the pressure plate may be damaged or the clutch disc is installed backwards (if the clutch was just replaced). Also, with some vehicles the clutch master cylinder has to be bench bled before installation.
You most likely have a bad a/c - heater controller........
The torque converter and clutch are the point where the engine and the transmission engage.
When you engage the clutch and the engine sits there spinning: it get's no traction OR when there is no pressure on the clutch pedal: pressing it changes nothing.
The clutch will not engage ,you will not be able to shift./// the clutch will not (disengage ) making it almost impossible to shift gears
check the clutch fluid or maybe you need to purgue
thats the relay to engage the a/c compressor clutch
the transfer case motor has to be replaced
BAD clutch slave cylinder, wore out clutch and pressure plate.
To engage or disengage the engine from the transmission.
There is no adjustment on a hydraulic clutch. They engage at the very end of the lever release.
The rods that go from the peddle through the firewall to the bell housing on the transmission to engage /disingage the clutch
The starter drive, also sometimes called the bendix, needs to be replaced.