These type of comments add so much to the Pelican tech community. If the reservoir is not integral with the cylinder, remove the reservoir cap. Remove the clutch master cylinder and slave cylinder assembly from its package. I don't think a clip holds the clutch rod, but there is a circlip holding the piston from falling out onto the floor. November 23, 2015 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Thanks again for the photos and great comments.
Also remove the two Philips screws yellow arrows and remove the black plastic cover. Clutch Pedal Acting Unusual Ultimately, the effect of a failing clutch master cylinder comes on to the clutch pedal. Step 2: Prepare the clutch hydraulic system assembly. That would allow for removal. Step 3: Install the anchor pin.
June 20, 2012 Followup from the Pelican Staff: See attached image of firing order. July 24, 2014 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Thanks for the input on this one. I don't have a pressure pump for the resvoir, so I'm having my wife pump the clutch pedal, although it hits the floor everytime. Seriously, you should celebrate if you manage to install them without any trouble. Now follow the clutch hose back along the top edge of the firewall and remove the 8mm nut holding the upper metal clutch hose to the firewall. If that does not work, you can resort to the vise-grips.
The cylinder is connected to the clutch master cylinder located on the firewall next to the brake master cylinder through a hose. Install the clutch master cylinder. Step 5: Install the anchor pin into the clevis of the push rod. Now move back to the engine compartment. Here's a link to an old thread with a diagram and master removal info scroll down to post 5 :. A clutch is a member of the clutch system that provides leverage assistance to the clutch fork.
If you do not hear any grinding and the shifting feels smooth from one gear to another, then the clutch master cylinder has been fixed correctly. This takes 2-3 minute and is easy. Try to move the clutch master cylinder by hand. When done removing all brake fluid, put the reservoir cap back on. Step 7: Install all mounting insulated clamps. These will be difficult to get to due to the clearance under the hood, although you should be able to reach them using a 13mm socket with a universal joint and extension See Figures 8 and 9.
First, disconnect the negative battery cable. Look at the firewall of the vehicle and locate where the is. The process is to prevent clutch damage and transmission gear damage. Worn or ill-fitting seals may allow hydraulic fluid to leak past the piston in either cylinder, so that the slave piston does not travel far enough to disengage the clutch. Refer to Brake Pedal Assembly Replacement.
Now for one of the most annoying parts. Now on to the slave cylinder. Carefully move the vacuum lines, feed lines and electrical connections aside and locate the two 13mm nuts holding the cylinder to the firewall. Short I think in the radio,but any other inhearent problems with the wireing. In such cases, any repair is not possible.
This will be attached to the clutch master cylinder push rod with a pair of needle nose plyers. . If you replace either a master or a slave cylinder, buy one of the same manufacture, and be absolutely sure you get the right model or an approved successor. So please inspect these 2 bolts before you start trying to remove them. On top of the price of the spare part, you have to pay labor costs. As we all know fluid is heavier than air so after awhile the fluid will push out the air in the system. Step 3: Drive the vehicle around the block.