Question about 1995 GMC Sierra C1500
When you fitted the thrust bearing did you grease it before fitting ?
Posted on Jun 20, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
could be wrong here but sure sounds like its out of fluid at the "master cylinder" look near the brake master cylinder for a seperate little container for the clutch. bleeding is tricky because it is small and wants to run out of fluid quick. you have to keep adding each time you bleed. Hope I helped. Thanks
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
some aftermarket masters don't push enough fluid to the slave to disengage the clutch even from the same maker
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
Testimonial: "thanks, looking into that."
the leak is probably a separate issue from the noise. is the leak very bad? can you tell if it's engine oil or transmission lube/fluid? most likely the rear main bearing seal needs replacing. the noise is most likely the clutch release bearing. you should replace all components of the clutch assembly which include; clutch plate, pressure plate, release bearing and piolot bearing. also have the fly wheel resurfaced. while the trans is out, you can check the rear main seal and the trans input shaft seal and replace accordingly.
Posted on May 03, 2010
SOURCE: The clutch in my 1995
While the car is parked /switched off are you able to slip in the gears easily ? if so the fault is as you have confirmed of the clutch not able to disengage the transmission drive when the engine starts.
Now to confirm if this is the slave or the master the hydralics must be checked, check to see the movement of the slave, see that the system is bled and there is pressure in the system, make sure there is no leak or spongy feeling., if so it will be good to open and check the system to confrim without deciding to change with a blind feeling. In this case an overhauling of the system will be enough with the repair kit or the slave unit if found to leak.
So before you just go ahead please check to confirm
Posted on Oct 02, 2010
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