Look on the engine side of the firewall in front of the clutch pedal. You should see the reservoir there.
When fluid leaks out the back side where the plunger goes in, it is going out. Fluid would be seen from inside the cab, up above the clutch pedal.
Actually if the fluid is coming down the clutch pedal it is probably your clutch master cylinder going bad or the seal around it. No worries it is a cheap fix. If it is coming down the clutch pedal it has nothing to do with your brakes. Some people well most use brake fluid for the clutch.
Is this a trick question??? If it's an automatic it won't have a clutch pedal lol!
Go to the transmission and check slave cylinder for leaks,also check clutch master cylinder,then go look by your clutch pedal to see if its leaking there,these are your places that it could be leaking,is your fluid level low,if not ,then you may need a new clutch kit.
fill the clutch resivoir pump the clutch pedal open the bleeder screw and tighten it back up and repeat until the air is out and just fluid comes out
There could be a few reasons why a clutch pedal is stiff on a 1999 Accord. The clutch may be low on fluid or the clutch may need to be replaced.
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.
where and how to adjust clutch pedal 1993 s10 It is hydraulic operated, there is no adjustment.
Remove reservoir cap and pump the clutch pedal until air bubbles rise and pedal feels firm.
you need to bleed your clutch fluid
No fluid in the master cylinder
It is like a syringe, the needle used when giving a shot. Fluid is in the cylinder and the clutch or brake pedal pushes in and forces brake fluid into the lines and then to the brakes or clutch. It is a closed system with fluid in all the lines so the pressure from the pedal is transferred to the brakes or clutch.
you may need to bleed the system for air and check for leaks, also your slave cylinder piston could be bad
low or out of fluid (new car) classic car linkage may have broken
Haydraulic brakes cant be adjust,check your clutch master cylinder for leaks,also look where it comes thru firewall to clutch pedal for leaks,check slave cylinder for leaks,its bolted onto transmission with clutch line connected to it,if any of these parts leak,replace,if no leak is found,then you will need new clutch kit installed.
Find the clutch fluid oil reservoir and take the capÊoff. Lift the clutch pedal towards the car seat. Locate the stop-nut on the clutch arm and loosen it. Position the pedal and and tighten the nut. Test the clutch.
Bleed the slave cyl. It probebly has air in the line or no fluid.
You will eventually lose clutch pedal pressure and the car will refuse to shift into gear.
In a 1996 Ford Mustang : It has a cable operated clutch , it isn't a hydraulic clutch that needs fluid The procedure for adjusting the clutch is done every 5,000 to 6,000 miles - with the engine OFF , put your gearshift in ( 1st gear ) - put your foot under the clutch pedal and GENTLY pull it UP until the pedal stops - push the clutch pedal down SLOWLY - you will hear a click if your clutch needed adjusting and adjusted itself
check your clutch slave cylinder for leaks,its bolted on your transmission,about 20 bucks
It should be mounted to the firewall on the other side of the clutch pedal.
A 1998 Ford Mustang has a CABLE OPERATED clutch , so it does not use " clutch fluid " To adjust the clutch Without the engine running put your transmission in 1st gear Put your foot under the clutch pedal and GENTLY pull the clutch pedal up until it stops moving SLOWLY push the clutch pedal down all the way , if your clutch needed adjusting you will hear a click * do every 5,000 to 6,000 miles *
Clutch slave cylinder is leaking fluid or the connector rod or cable from the clutch pedal is disconnected or broken. Depends on the make and model of the vehicle to know the exact setup of your clutch.
No.... There is not an adjustment what so ever. You either have a bad clutch slave cylinder / clutch master cylinder. Are the clutch and pressure plate are worn out.