Loosen hydraulic line on slave cylinder (may need to use flared end wrench). Unbolt and remove fluid line. Install new part in reverse order of removing old part. Add clutch/brake fluid, and bleed system.
clutch needs adjusting,or if a hydraulic operated clutch, the system needs proper bleeding
My girlfriend told me the Lightning Bolt was lit on her New Beetle dash. I did not know what it was and could not look at it for several days. It turned out to be the Check Engine Light. It has a Lightning Bolt across an engine symbol
answer unscrew fluid pipe unscrew 2 bolts,on the new one make sure apply some goood grease on the end ball and on the fork round hole,or else it will squeek,reverse removal on the new one then bleed the system slow & verrry well and then gain
front wheel drive cars have a plug in the transaxle that you can take out and check the level by sticking your finger into the hole. the level will be correct if you can touch fluid. This plug can be seen after taking off the wheel. rear wheel drive is the same only much harder to get to (you must get under car and be careful to unplug the uppermost hole or you will have trans fluid all over
Did you check the Clutch fluid? It could be next to the Brake Fluid container. They should look similar but the Clutch container should be slightly smaller. Check your manual, I think my old Turbo TBird, I had to lift the clutch pedal to make up for wear. Is your clutch worn out? How old is it? You say MAYBE a Hydralic clutch? If it's not then you'll have to check your manual or buy a work manual to adjust it. It's usually not that hard. sorry buddy but this clutch it's not adjustable.which means you need a new clutch kit and have it replaced.
check your clutch fluid level and your clutch slave cylinder for leaks,if both are ok,then you probly need a new clutch.
show me where to add power sterring fluid to my 1999 beetle
you dont add clutch fluid. If the clutch is slipping that means that you need to buy a new clutch
Go to the transmission and check slave cylinder for leaks,also check clutch master cylinder,then go look by your clutch pedal to see if its leaking there,these are your places that it could be leaking,is your fluid level low,if not ,then you may need a new clutch kit.
Suck the clutch fluid out of the resovoir with a machine or vacula system. Then add new clutch fluid (which is primarily DOT3 brake fluid in most apps). For proper sequence repeat the process and bleed the clutch system ( depending on make/model).
Owner's manual. Actual Answer: There is no data in the owner's manual on checking or maintaining the transmission fluid level. I have a new beetle, it's leaking, and it seems the only recourse to submit myself (and my wallet) to the VW dealer - again.
You dont..its hydrolic...if the petal spongy..check the fluid level in master..at drive side firewall..if low add..brake fluid...get new master..and or slave... If its slipping...time for a clutch assy....
Ther is no such fluid get new clutch if its having problems
I believe that a 2001 Focus will have a hydraulic clutch. If so, there is no adjustment required... In other words, or to add, if Your clutch is catching very high up, you may need a new clutch. Check hydraulic fluid if catching very low.
your clutch may be slipping ,first check and see if your clutch slave cylinder is leaking,check your clutch master cylinder to see if your fluid level is ok.if level is ok and no leaking slave cylinder,then you probaly need a new cluch.
The '96 200sx has no fluid for the clutch. This car has a cable operated clutch that needs to be adjusted. If the cable breaks the clutch will not disengage. If the clutch is getting tight it will need lubed. If lubing the cable doesn't work a new cable is needed.