[V6-12v] Clutch Problem
briano_72 at yahoo.com
Thu Oct 25 09:50:57 PDT 2007
the v6 cars did not have a bomb, thank goodness !! sounds like a clutch slave cylinder. im not sure if you have to remove the trans, i have never heard of a car that you did thou for that. or maybe you popped the hydralic line that works it ?? is there fliud under your car ?? and is your brake master cylinder full ?? that is where it gets its fliud from.
The CyberPoet <thecyberpoet at cyberpoet.net> wrote: The list has been slowly dying as fewer people keep their Audi's past
I don't have the solution to your clutch issue, although I suspect it
relates to the hydraulic pressure container (the "bomb") in some way.
On Oct 25, 2007, at 9:25 AM, Casimiro Izquierdo wrote:
> My 1995 model 90s stick shift Audi, non-quattro, V6 engine, has
> developed some clutch problems. The pedal will go down and stay
> down and the car cannot be shifted. Last night I drove it in first
> gear for about 1.5 miles to my home from where my wife got stuck in
> the middle of rush hour.
> A friend said that it was probably a master cylinder problem in the
> transmission assembly. As suggested, I lifted the pedal and pumped
> it and the pedal will stay up for a bit, but after a few shifts it
> goes down and stays down and I have to repeat the maneuver again.
> To fix this he said that the transmission had to come off. Since
> the car already has close to 131,000 miles he suggested that the
> clutch should be changed at the same time. He also said that the
> active fluid in this transmission master cylinder is the brake fluid.
> Am I getting the correct diagnosis for this problem? Apparently to
> fix this could cost between $1200 and $1500, so before I hand the
> car over to have it fixed I would like to know a bit more about
> this problem.
> By the way, I have not been receiving any e-mails from anyone in
> trouble for about three months. Has this board been so inactive?
> Thank you,
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