Having problems with your 2002 Land Rover Freelander ?

1998 freelander it is a hydraulic clutch the peddel gos to the all the way dose not come back and you here air through hose but i would like to know were the hydraulic clutch is on the engine its self so i can see if it is the hose ok please and thank you i have never worked on land rovers before and the owners manial dosent tell me either

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 30-11-2020

Answers :

First Top up the fluid for the hydraulic clutch. This reservoir should be on the fire wall beside the brake master cylinder.
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\015\012The Clutch slave cylinder is located on the side of the bell housing under the car. You can follow the hose or line from the mater cylinder to find it. There is a bleeder on the end of this cylinder. Open the bleeder at least a few turns and have someone watch the fluid in the master cylinder and just let the fluid run out until you get no air. If it will not self bleed as described above, have someone pump the clutch pedal to the floor and hold it there. Open the bleeder at the slave Cylinder until no more fluid or air comes out and close the bleeder. Tell the person holding the clutch down to slowly release the pedal, or pull it up from the floor. again, slowly. Repeat this process until you have no more air being expelled. Do not let the fluid level of the master cylinder drop below minimum. Note Brake fluid used in this hydraulic system will remove paint. Be careful.
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\015\012Good Luck
Repair Help & Product Troubleshooting for 2002 Land Rover Freelander

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