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How do I adjust the slave cyclindder on a 1999 mitzbu rodeo after replaceing clutch and preaesur plate an throuout bearing,

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SOURCE: Removal of slave clutch master cylinder

The hydraulic cylinder is in the bell housing. When you separate the motor and tranny, you will see it as a unit with the throw-out bearing. Take the hydraulic line off before you start. You will have to bleed it when you are done.

Posted on Aug 13, 2008

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SOURCE: Low / Soft Clutch Pedal, 1995 Rodeo 2W 2.6L

my rodeo had the same problem i corrected it by bleeding the slave cylinder. and is located on the driver side on the gearbox you will find it if you follow the line from the master cylinder down to the gearbox and if that helps but happens again it might have to be replaced.

Posted on Dec 29, 2008

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SOURCE: clutch assembly

Just put it back the same way you took it off. If you buy the right clutch kit (Sachs I think) it should come with a disc alignment tool. Remember to tighten the pressure plate bolts evenly all the way around the plate. And don't forget the pilot bushing or bearing.

Posted on Jan 12, 2009

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SOURCE: 1999 2.0L TD Suzuki vitara the clutch pedal was

Pilot bearing (pressed into flywheel) or release bearing (presses against clutch pressure plate)?
Regardless, the repair is the same. Replace clutch disc, pressure plate, release bearing & pilot bearing. Most flywheels are available or as part of a complete kit, minimum is to inspect & resurface flywheel when replacing clutch assymbly.

Posted on Feb 17, 2009

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SOURCE: clutch pedal goes to floor and stays 1999 Nissan

ON A 2000 MAX 6 CYLINDER HAS CLUTCH MASTER CYLINDER AND SLAVE CYLINDER, CHECK FLUID LEVEL AND BLEED CLUTCH SYSTEM AT SLAVE CYLINDER BLEEDER. HAVE NOT HEAR OF CABLE CLUTCH SYSTEM. ONLY HYDO.& LINKAGE. GOOD LUCK

Posted on Nov 05, 2009

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did you adjust the clutch pedal for proper gap between the preasure plate and troutt bearing. this could be that the clutch is not pushing in trout bear far enough to release and spin free. you can check how far the trout bearing is form the fingures of the preasure plate by removing trans. view plate next to the clutch cyl. I believe it is 1/8 inch gag. you have to eyeball it. Another way of telling if trout bearing is still engaged. when you are in nutrual you can hear its spinnig with a med. sound. of a hum or if you had this issue for a long time you really will hear it.

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Clutch pedal goes to floor and stays 1999 Nissan sentra 1.6 changed clutch presssure plate and throwout bearing surfaced flywheel has cable clutch have tried adjusting all ways


ON A 2000 MAX 6 CYLINDER HAS CLUTCH MASTER CYLINDER AND SLAVE CYLINDER, CHECK FLUID LEVEL AND BLEED CLUTCH SYSTEM AT SLAVE CYLINDER BLEEDER. HAVE NOT HEAR OF CABLE CLUTCH SYSTEM. ONLY HYDO.& LINKAGE. GOOD LUCK

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1999 2.0L TD Suzuki vitara the clutch pedal was low and grumpy when pressed and hard to select 1st or reverse. plenty of movement in clutch slave arm and no fluid leaks to be seen.so i removed the gearbox...


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my rodeo had the same problem i corrected it by bleeding the slave cylinder. and is located on the driver side on the gearbox you will find it if you follow the line from the master cylinder down to the gearbox and if that helps but happens again it might have to be replaced.

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