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PostPosted: Thu Sep 09, 2021 10:37    Post subject: clutch not fully releasing Reply with quote

Hello guys.
I need advice please. 2004 trooper. The clutch doesnt fully release. First thing in the morning and for a few miles the clutch pedal is perfect. Little bit of play at top of pedal(normal). But after a few miles the pedal gets harder at the top. If I touch the pedal while driving, the clutch starts slipping. I looked underneath and the clutch fork isnt fully released. So I opened the nipple on the slave, fluid under pressure and the fork relaxed back to its rest position.. The pedal is now perfect again, no clutch slip etc.. Until a few more miles later and then the same again..
Had new flywheel and clutch kit fitted last year(exedy)
Brand new master cylinder fitted
Brand new slave cylinder fitted.
I recently changed the clutch damper valve for a second hand one( not sure if faulty or not)
Are the damper valves troublesome? Can I just bypass it?
Any help appreciated, thanks.
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 17, 2021 8:18    Post subject: FIXED.. Reply with quote

In case anyone wants to know,

So it turns out the clutch damper was at fault. I got rid of it and fitted a flexible brake hose in its place and bled it up.  Have been driving it for a few days and all is well. Hope it helps someone. The hose I used is a rear inner brake hose for a toyota auris. part#BBH7937 (Borg&Beck). It has the correct threads and internal flares to suit pipes on vehicle.
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 20, 2021 19:38    Post subject: Reply with quote

is the clutch pedal the same height as the brake pedal?
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