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help clutch went right to the floor

Discussion in 'VW Mk4 Jetta, Golf, New Beetle, Passat TDI forum' started by abemack, May 20, 2012.

  1. abemack

    abemack New Member

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    hellow, i was just driving and went to stop, when i applied the clutch it went all the way to the floor and did nothing i stoppped got popped the hood and noticed that the line that conects to the vaccume pump was hissing and cracked.

    will i have to bleed my clutch fluid now, my clutch peddle does nothing now, but my breaks seem to work fine.

    has anyone had this before
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  2. abemack

    abemack New Member

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    tried to bleed system might have been a little air, goinig to get a hose now.

    after bleeding clutch still no pressure on clutch pedle
  3. Seatman

    Seatman Active Member

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    I've seen it mentioned a few times now, it's usually one of the cylinders, either the clutch master or slave. Have you checked there's nothing broken at the pedal?
  4. interstone1

    interstone1 New Member

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    just happend to me last week after driving from FL to detroit on 2000 jetta tdi. Thought it was my slave cylinder ended up being my through out bearing on clutch. After u take off slave cylinder try to look inside trans to see if any loose parts etc in there
  5. interstone1

    interstone1 New Member

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    clutch problems

    just happend to me last week after driving from FL to detroit on 2000 jetta tdi. Thought it was my slave cylinder ended up being my through out bearing on clutch. After u take off slave cylinder try to look inside trans to see if any loose parts etc in there

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