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Old 04-09-2009, 12:19   #1 (permalink)
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ford ka clutch problem ?

i have bought a 99 t reg ford ka 80,000 miles there is a problem with the clutch on it basically you have to pump the pedal a few times and the clutch is there then after a while it goes to the floor pump it up again and its back its does not slip any suggestions on this ?
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Re: ford ka clutch problem ?

First thing to do would check fluid level and top up if needed .If not could try bleeding system. Could be master cyl . or slave cyl needing replaced .
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its had a new master cylinder perhaps it needs bleeding then ? it feels like theres air in it how do i bleed it is it easy to get to ?
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Easiest way is to top up tank , get someone to pump pedal slowly whilst you open bleed screw on slave cyl . that is after you have fitted bleed tube and immersed same into some fluid in a jar or like . Bleed until clear of air bubbles .Normally when you have to bleed clutch it indicates a leak , possibly slave cyl . if as you say master cyl has been replaced. Hope this helps.
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