Having problems with your 1997 Dodge Dakota ?

Clutch i notice that my clutch pedal went almost to the floor i check the fluid and notice that the fluid was low i fill it but clutch still wont adjust back to normal do i need to bleed it or what

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 13-08-2018

Answers :

Hi from the uk the fact your clutch fluid was low? indicates that you have a leak most probably the slave cylinder ? this is the one at g/box that works clutch or the master cylinder this is the one at pedal ? if either cyl leaks then air also can enter the system so look around each cylinder for leaks? if vehicle is needed then for now you will need to bleed air from the slave cyl bleed nipple i suggest you open bleed nipple 2 or 3 turns then remove cap from reservoir flui will emit from nipple eventually in a constant flow then close nipple and top up res then try pedal by pumping? may improve?? but if not then best advice is if leak is from slave cyl? renew it then bleed as above? ps if leak is actually from master cyl? dripping inside near pedal then change both cylinders it is easy d i y job i am sure you can overcome hope this helps? you can try for parts at local motor stores not necessarilly the dealers? and save $$$$s in garage costs? don't forget a bottle of new fluid? for bleeding
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