May 31, 2010 Hi: If you have bled the system, you are down to either having a bad clutch master cylinder, or a bad clutch slave cylinder. Replaced parts working great but it was expensive. I find there is no way to get out all the air unless the slave cylinder is held verticle with consant pressure applied to the throw arm. Have to hold steering wheel to avoid drifting. You could eliminate the slave cylinder by removing the line and capping it off, and if you have a firm pressure on the clutch pedal don;'t try to push it down, just check for pressure! Am I just being to impatient or could something else be wrong? Mar 11, 2015 Close the system,make sure you have no leaks,wipe the lines down. Can make left lane changes by simply letting go of the wheel. Many thanks to Jeff Putnam, Bill Kuhns, , Kevin Keller, John Comskey, Wolfman, Ssicarman, , , , , and everyone else.
Make sure that the transmision housing and engine block are flush together before you start tightening bolts. If you tear the seal you will need to replace the whole piece. Remove the transmission to frame mount. I couldn't get the clutch to engage. Secure the nuts that hold the clutch slave bracket. The seals in my slave cylinder leaked and I lost the hydraulic power in my clutch.
These methods might just work fine but they all sounded pretty hokey to me. I ended up having to replace the ignition control module in order to start the engine. Do this in sequence from the furthest wheel from the master cylinder to the closest, and you'll be done. Posted on Jul 13, 2009 Could be master cylinder, clutch slave cylinder, or bad clutch. It is not the same model as you have but most vehicles have the same components for the non electronic parts. Disconnect the spark plug wires. Finally When I replace one of these units I have to bleed it out of the vehicle with another person holding the slave cylinder because there is no bleed screw on the slave cylinder.
These two can be hard to locate, there is one near the front and one near the back of the engine and they face different directions. Finally When I replace one of these units I have to bleed it out of the vehicle with another person holding the slave cylinder because there is no bleed screw on the slave cylinder. Caliper was not seized but would not release completely causing disk to heat. If you support it from the bottom, a wood block under the oilpan works. Some people say that you need to separate the axle and intermediate shafts but I did not find this necessary. Now, standing at the front of the vue, with the hood open, look just to the left of the battery box an … d down.
Tank had to be dropped, sender replaced and road tested. Replaced struts and mounts, which greatly improve the handling. Vehicle is now drivable can be put into gear , but check engine light hasn't gone off and cruise control no longer works. Rear hatch rattle, repaired for the second time. Saturn is a decades-old car manufacturer known for designing tough and sturdy cars.
The bulb pulls put for replacement. It needs a k frame which cannot be located in Vermont. Because of the mechanics of hydraulics, just a little bit of pressure in your vehicle's master hydraulic cylinder can result in a great deal of force in the Saturn Slave Cylinder. Reattach the clutch slave cylinder. Reinstalling the intermediate shaft into the bolted up transaxle takes all of about 5 extra minutes, add another 10 and you'll have the right axle back on as well. It has been a problem since I bought the car.
Be sure to replace the strut tower mounting nuts. Collisions are a big price to pay for not replacing your vehicle's malfunctioning safety equipment. Remove the two bolts that secure the bracket to the transmissions and lift it up out of the way. Each car has its own sequence to follow. Doing so will destroy the part and you will need to replace the entire hydraulic system. It connects the transmission to one of the two 'dogbone' style motor mounts.
Several people have talked about alternative methods than using a specific alignment tool. Replaced with 2006 Cobalt 2. Feb 2014145348 km Rear shock absorbers required replacement. As you remove hardware, lay it down on a clean surface in a line in the sequence it was removed. If you render your car undrivable, unsafe, or just plain broken I am in no way responsible.
It powers up the Engine computer and various other computers. Remove the ball joint cotter pin and throw it away. If the clutch fluid line won't slide all the way back in, tap on the side of the vise grips on the line to push it all the way in. I ended up having to replace the ignition control module in order to start the engine. Remove the clutch slave cylinder. Then tighten the bleeder screw.