It sounds like one of the cylinders in the master cylinder might have problems. Check first the assembly between the pedal and the master cylinder, and take a close look at the master cylinder.
I have a 1992 automatic f150, when I start the engine it’ll idle low, to the point of almost cutting off. Then rev back up and eventually even out after a min or so. Then I went to put it into reverse, and nothing happened. I put it in drive, and I felt it lock into gear, so I put it back into reverse, and I felt it actually go into reverse. Does this sound like a transmission or possibly a clutch plate problem?
I have a 2001 Honda civic. I just replaced all of the strut assemblies, brought my car to a shop and got the alignment done. There is a clunking sound that seems to come from the middle front of the vehicle. I only hear it when the clutch is pressed in all the way, and it goes away when the clutch is released or the brake pedal is pressed down. The sound is cyclical, and is high in frequency. Any ideas of the source of the problem?
Sometimes when I shift my 1999 f250, it feels like it goes in gear, but the check engine light comes on, and there is no throttle response or grinding when I let out the clutch. I try to go into different gears, and this usually works. It was doing it a little bit, and I changed the clutch. It worked great for a moment, then started doing the shift thing again and feels like it is getting worse. There is new fluid in the transmission and filled until it came out the side. Could it be a bad slave cylinder?
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