Truck Clutch Problems?

Answer The truck clutch can succumb to the same problems as that of any other vehicle. However, due to design, a truck clutch may be more durable and last longer than a manual transmission.

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Directions for the 1993 Nissan Truck Clutch Slave Cylinder Replacement Clutch?

The clutch slave cylinder in your 1993 Nissan truck converts your foot pedal pressure to hydraulic pressure for shifting gears. It may be time to replace the clutch slave cylinder when your clutch ... Read More »

How to Fix a Truck Clutch?

The clutch assembly in your truck applies force against a flywheel connected to the truck's engine. The clutch is made of special material that is meant to "grab" the flywheel as it turns. The rota... Read More »

Chevy Truck Fan Clutch Removal?

The fan clutch allows the engine cooling fan to spin fast when maximum cooling is required, but "slip" and thus spin more slowly at other times. In this way, the fan clutch can increase fuel effic... Read More »

How to Bleed the Clutch on a Ford Truck?

If you have changed the clutch line, clutch master cylinder or clutch slave cylinder in your Ford truck, then chances are you have introduced air into the clutch system. Air in the clutch system ca... Read More »