|09-04-2017, 05:48 PM||#1|
Join Date: May 2016
Location: Long Island, NY "The Hamptons"
2003 VUE 2.4L
Having clutch problems
Lost my clutch petal one day. No signs of fluid or anything. I did check it and there was bearly any fluid left. So I pulled everything apart and changed the whole clutch. I thought I'd have a pedal but it's still the same. My question is from the firewall the pedal goes to this round looking thing to the master. What is that?? Can that be my problem? I did the gravity bleed still no pedal.
It's round, maybe the size of a sliver dollar but thicker. And has a line to it that goes to the slave.
Thanks for any help
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|09-05-2017, 09:45 AM||#2|
Join Date: Feb 2016
Location: NW Ohio
2003 VUE 2.2L
Re: Having clutch problems
I assume you changed the slave cylinder when you changed the clutch...
There is a special procedure to bleed the clutch. The problem is, there is no full flow through the slave where you can bleed the air, so you rely on the air to float to the top. It takes a little coaxing to get it to do this, that why a vacuum bleed is preferred. Basically in the manual bleed, you push fluid into the slave, then this will push the air to the top.
Here is how I changed the clutch and slave:
Here is how I bleed the clutch:
2003 Vue - 2.2L with Manual Trans. (Swapped)
Originally had 2.2L and Auto trans.
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