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1967 MG MGB Clutch Master Cylinder AP

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1969 Jaguar XKE Clutch Master Cylinder TRW

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1990 Ford F Super Duty Clutch Master Cylinder Dorman

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Latest Clutch Master Cylinder Repair and Installation Advice

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Clutch Master Cylinder blew out

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Question From frizzelljr on Clutch Master Cylinder blew out

In a 94 chevy 1500 4x4 5.7 200000 miles. Fluid blew out of the line right when it connects into the master clutch cylinder and my clutch is completly loose now. Manual tranny wont go into gear. This is the second time this has happened Is it really the Master clutch cylinder or is there something else wrong with my clutch?

Response From Hammer Time

If you actually saw the leak, that pretty much proves it. I don't know if you have a repairable problem with the line or the cylinder is bad from your description though.

Response From frizzelljr

It seems like there may be to much pressure on the master clutch cylinder because this is the second time this has happened in the same place. Could there be something going on inside the clutch that may cause this?

Response From Hammer Time

No

Response From frizzelljr

Do you think that it is worth it to try and repair the line going into the master clutch cylinder or should I just buy another one?

Response From Hammer Time

I can't answer that without seeing the problem. The lines aren't really repairable. You would just have to replace the line if that's where the problem is.

Response From frizzelljr Top Rated Answer

Ok, well I'm going to take it apart and see what happens. Thanks for the help, much appreciated.

2001 pt crusier can anyone help

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Question From murphy on 2001 pt crusier can anyone help

hello the firewall on my 2001 pt crusier was ripped by clutch master cylinder , rod came off clutch pedal , now it acts like their is no clutch in it at all . is their some kinda saftey are something ?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Do you mean the metal of firewall is distorted or "ripped" as you said? That will have to be fixed before you can do anything if so,

T

Response From murphy

have fixed it an clutch master cylinder is in place now .. clutch rod back on , now it just acts like their is no clutch at all .. t pedal but u can put in any gear an their is nothin

Response From Tom Greenleaf

This is confusing me. Do you mean that all was replaced and put back in place and you can shift it into any gear and not move? Either it is now mounted such that clutch is like it's pushed down (disengaged) or clutch is worn out. How did this problem begin? What symptoms?

T

Response From murphy Top Rated Answer

firewall tore at clutch master cylinder , clutch rod fell out , fixed the tore firewall put rod back in . now it acts like the clutch is out of it ..

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Still confused and this may need to be seen by a pro in person. Back a couple you indicated you could shift and nothing happened so it's like I said all off any adjustment, broken parts still, firewall could still be a problem if that distorted or who knows. This type of problem is not common to me. Bleeding out a clutch master and slave cylinder can be tricky when things are all normal which this isn't still. What the heck broke or bent to begin with and just how?

T

Response From murphy

clutch rod came out as master cylinder then was replaced now acts like clutch is disengaged

Response From Tom Greenleaf

End of this thread as you need some pro help. As I see it this is damage which isn't part of what we could even guess at effectively.

Thread locked and go get help..............

T

clutch

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Question From Guest on clutch

98 kia sephia, standard - Clutch goes all the way down to the floor and stays stuck at the bottom and gears do not engage. what is the problem

Response From Loren Champlain Sr Top Rated Answer

mcray; Check the hydraulic fluid in the clutch master cylinder. Fill, bleed, then check for leaks.

2004 Mitsubishi Lancer Ralliart 2.4L Manual , 145,000miles

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Question From rustycro on 2004 Mitsubishi Lancer Ralliart 2.4L Manual , 145,000miles

Put new clutch master cylinder and new slave cylinder on and can not get the air to pump out of the lines, Any Suggestions ????

Response From Hammer Time

It's not easy to do at all. The bleeder is at the bottom and the air rises to the top. A pressure bleeder may help. I've also had some success by simply pumping the pedal continuously. The air eventually migrates out the top.

Response From rustycro

I have tried pumping the peddle, still no luck.... I unhooked the hose coming out the resevior and there is no fluid coming out should there be ?

Response From Discretesignals

Did you bench bleed the master?


Bleeding master:
1. Connect a hose with a bottle to the bleeder screw.
2. Open the bleed nipple.

CAUTION: For bleeding, never "pump" the clutch pedal. This may cause an oil leak at the clutch cylinder.

3. Depress the clutch pedal slowly. Open the bleeder screw to let air and brake fluid out. Close the bleeder screw. Release the clutch pedal. Repeat until only brake fluid and no air comes out.
4. Check that the brake fluid reservoir level stays between "MAX" and "MIN" marks throughout the clutch bleeding process.

Clutch slave bleeding:

1. Remove the under cover.
2. Connect a hose with a bottle to the bleeder screw.
3. Open the bleed nipple.
4. Depress the clutch pedal slowly. Open the bleeder screw to let air and brake fluid out. Close the bleeder screw. Release the clutch pedal. Repeat until only brake fluid and no air comes out.
5. Check that the brake fluid reservoir level stays between "MAX" and "MIN" marks throughout the clutch bleeding process.

Response From rustycro

Ive tried all of that and nothing seems to be working..... any other suggestions ???

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

any other suggestions ???


Yes, but you aren't going to like it.................... Pay the pros to do it.