Questions tagged [clutch-cylinder]

A component of a hydraulic clutch system. Includes a master cylinder and a slave cylinder.

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How to troubleshoot soft clutch in 1999 Ford Ranger?

I have a 1999 Ford Ranger 3.0L V6 Flex Fuel that recently had its clutch replaced. Pilot bearing, pressure plate, slave cylinder, etc. About 4,000 miles after the replacement the clutch started ...
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Stuck Clutch 1995 Alfa Romeo 916 S 2.0 l TS

I bought a Alfa Romeo 916 and knew I would have to do some work on it, including replacing the clutch. I bought a LuK clutch and replaced the clutch plate, pressure plate, and throwout bearing (...
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Clutch pedal hits floor

I have a Kia Soul 2011 with 140000 km on it which I bought used at 130000 km. Since I bought it I noticed that the clutch pedal touches the floor when I press it (but it comes back up) so I checked ...
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Stuck in neutral; throwout bearing still applied?

So, rebuilt a dodge neon. Started driving it and felt fine. Made it about 7 blocks and I hear a light click and then I'm coasting. Still goes into gears just fine, but it seems like the clutch is ...
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No pressure on the clutch master and slave cylinder changed leaking on the bottom of the gear box

Opel astra 2007 1.4 slave and master cylinder replaced but still the leak on the gear box underneath can be seen when you pumping the clutch
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Can new clutch slave cylinder make car less revvy?

Civic coupe vti 1999. After I changed my clutch slave cylinder it seemed the revs seem to go up slower and I need to apply more gas now to prevent It from stalling and I shift gears later now. I ...
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No clutch fluid flows out through the slave cylinder bleed valve and no resistance in clutch

I have a CORONA 1986 Sedan (Model L-KT147V-TXKDS). The issue is when I tried to take the car out for a drive the clutch gave in. Meaning the clutch just went to the floor without any resistance. ...
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How do self bleeding clutches work?

How do self bleeding clutches work? Even if the highpoint is the resovoir, how does the air get out without letting the pressure out? Does it use some kind of special float valve like this?