[A4] Clutch Pedal to the floor!
rnhurt at gmail.com
Sun May 25 04:09:31 PDT 2008
Excellent information! I checked the fluid and its still full and there
were no wet spots on the ground. I'm guessing I just blew out the internal
valves on one of the cylinders. Oh well, I guess 100k miles will do that
My other question is about bleeding. I've bled brakes many times before
but nothing as complex as the Quattro system and rarely the clutch system.
Do you need any special tools on an A4Q? Bleeding is one of my least
favorite activities. :)
BTW: Whats the current online shopping place for Audi parts? I've been
looking at Blauparts & Auto Parts Warehouse but would like to have some more
On Sat, May 24, 2008 at 11:05 PM, Richard Andrews <
richard.j.andrews at gmail.com> wrote:
> Slave is relatively easy, the master is kinda a PITA because it's under the
> dash work and i have large hands.
> You can do it, check your brake fluid before going too far but sounds like
> a bad slave to me.
> I would replace both like you already stated.
> On Sat, May 24, 2008 at 6:02 PM, Richard Hurt <rnhurt at gmail.com> wrote:
>> BTW: 1998 A4 6C Q
>> On Sat, May 24, 2008 at 7:02 PM, Richard Hurt <rnhurt at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Hey all,
>> > My clutch pedal just went to the floor and didn't come back. There is
>> > resistance either way and I can push it/pull it into position however
>> > clutch does not engage and I cannot drive the car. Any thoughts?
>> > My first thought was master/slave cylinder? I'm thinking that both
>> > be replaced if either one is replaced. I've gone through this before on
>> > Corrado and it's always better to just replace them both at once. Has
>> > anyone replaced these before? How bad is it?
>> > Thanx!
>> > Richard
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