Can I get the pin and rod out without pulling the engine? My hydraulic system lacks throw that is why the clutch pedal is sitting low and cant disengage. I replaced the Master and Slave cylinders and spent 2 hours bleeding fluid with no change, still won't disengage! I recant,, there is nothing wrong with the after market master clutch in the picture i posted prior. Send us a message. When i view the actions of the slave rod and fork movement,, its about half way point when pedal is to the floor.
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In reply to by 73 Midget Thanks for the reply Gerald. Pulled away from the intersection, went to shift into 2nd and would not shift. Wondering if it should be a stiff plastic or softer type tube. How does a hydraulic clutch system work? Clutch Slave Cylinder Replacement.
Still only clutch at bottom of pedal. Have a jeep wangler it will not shift by Ed S. Note the shoddy "repair" made by a previous owner to the old clutch pushrod, by adding some extra length to compensate for the wear. Thanks for your help. Despite best care, it didn't stop this one going west - probably poor quality parts as you suggest, fitted by previous owner, I might add ;-.
Contact the webmaster with details. It has a single drive plate with friction linings attached by rivets. The force of the clutch pedal being firmly depressed is enough to drive all the air out. The same type fitting in steel used in common hydraulic applications is called the JIC style if I remember correctly. The centre hub of the plate slides on spines machined on the gearbox output shaft. I have a 75 - midget.