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FIAT MULTIPLA Gear Problems

Can anyone help with this bizarre problem. Had a fault suddently develop with our X Reg 105 JTD Multi. It stopped wanting to go into 1st and reverse gear. The car had a full clutch change less than 20k ago. Took it to a local garage that turned out to be a mistake as they wernt very good. They changed the master and slave cylinder on the clutch (it took them 5 days to do this). The car drove home from

improve on pumping the pedal. Last summer gear change was a bit iffy so we had slave cyl changed no improvement. The guy who changed it was a hapless knob so ruled him out for further work. We had the clutch changed shortly after the garage checked linkages first and said they were OK so did the clutch and said that the finger springs were goosed. Car was a bit better but never brill wondered if fiat

It has become apparent that since the master cylinder change a damn good pumping on the clutch pedal sorts it (about 50 pumps). Once this pumping is done it is OK until left unused for a while. I will bleed it tomorrow with a pressure bleeder. Spoke to the mechanic though and he reckons it isnt air but a faulty slave (the slave was supposed to have been changed 12 months ago) but there were metal fragments

FIAT MULTIPLA New owner multipla woes

Hello everybody Ive just bought my first multipla and every thing was peachy untill about 300 miles from where i bought it when the gearbox was getting a bit stiff to opperate. When finaly getting home the gears were crunching I gave the keys to my wife the next day and much the same happened but worse still it wouldnt go into any gear So please someone hellp mee Maybe its the clutch but i thought

Originally Posted by stromasud Hello everybody Ive just bought my first multipla and every thing was peachy untill about 300 miles from where i bought it when the gearbox was getting a bit stiff to opperate. When finaly getting home the gears were crunching I gave the keys to my wife the next day and much the same happened but worse still it wouldnt go into any gear So please someone hellp mee Maybe

Cheers Jim ile give it a bash. I tried pumping the clutch like mad but no it made no differance im afraid. I can only engage a gear while the engine is switched off and then when i start up with the clutch pedal depressed it still crawls forward To me it does feel like the slave cylinder is failing so ile just nip out with a torch for a quick look and try to find the bleedin thing. Thanks again ile let you know how i get on.

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FIAT MULTIPLA Nightmare clutch problem

Hi All Im a first time poster here having lived with and lover our 2004 multipla for 2 years. In that time weve clocked a mere 10000 miles most of which the gearboxclutch have exhibited some issues. The major symptom was a first gear that was difficult to engage and reverse that scrunched. Back in the days of VW Beetle ownership it may well have been put down to a synchromesh issue with the gearbox

Not sure what the hydraulic pump has to do with the gearbox issues Only hydraulic pump on the Multi is the power steering pump. After 2 new clutches and a new flywheel its understandable to rule these out of the equation - this leaves gearbox or masterslave cylinders (Clutch actuating mechanism). Get the garage to check that the slave cylinder throws the clutch arm far enough to properly disengage

FIAT MULTIPLA clutch bleeding

Hi I was hoping someone could give me some advice. Ive got a 2005 multipla JTD . The biting point for my clutch is almost at the floor. It looks like the clutch control arm only moves about 10 degrees which dosent seem to me to be enought so i thought there must be air in the hydraulics. I blead the slave cylinder but didnt look like much if any air came out. this improved the biting point a little.

FIAT MULTIPLA Gear Selection And Fluid Leakage

I have a multipla 1.9 JTD 2004 which I have owned for 4 months. I have an ongoing problem with engaging the gears particularly 3rd gear and sometimes it gets stuck in gear. It is also losing brakeclutch fluid but there are no visible signs of leakage. Im not sure if the problems are connected. A mechanic has had a look at it and reported that the clutch has recently been replaced and not faulty. The

Wherever the he hydraulic fluid for the clutch is going its not going into the engine The clutch hydraulic system is a small header tank master cylinder is behind the engine and the slave sits on top of the gearbox. There are no links to the engine intake system. If youre losing that amount of fluid Im surprised youre not seeing drips under the car. Having said that if a seal is faulty then the fluid

FIAT MULTIPLA hydraulic clutch woes

Hi Everyone My first post on here so please take it easy on me Looking at previous threads re the clutch it looks like a common issue. I have an 04 plate JTD with approx 35k on the clock. This car has been owned by us from new. Had some problems with the clutch over the last couple of months or so. Basically on start up we have no clutch. If we set off in second gear and keep pumping the clutch then

FIAT MULTIPLA I 186 How do I bleed the clutch pipe when theres no pressure

So new clutch pipe on clip back on and Ive got another question. I wonder how do I bleed it when theres no pressure at all (pedal to the floor) Ive tried to google but only find other problems

Havent bled the clutch on the multi but Ive heard it can be tricky I think I read somewhere its worth pointing the nose uphill. Clutch and brakes share the same reservoir so first thing would be take the cap off to ease venting. Is there a nipple near slave cylinder at all... Youll have to pull up he pedal which should draw in fluid.. pump it with nipple open....close nipple... Pedal up repeat Marty. hastingsmum thanked for this post

Originally Posted by martyc5674 Havent bled the clutch on the multi but Ive heard it can be tricky I think I read somewhere its worth pointing the nose uphill. Clutch and brakes share the same reservoir so first thing would be take the cap off to ease venting. Is there a nipple near slave cylinder at all... Youll have to pull up he pedal which should draw in fluid.. pump it with nipple open....close

FIAT MULTIPLA Front break problem pedal hard urgent advice needed

Hi I wonder if any one can help me I have a fiat multipla that I bought 2 months ago. It has been working well until yesterday. My husband drove the car yesterday and noticed a sqweaking noise when he pressed the brakes. He assumed the break pads needed changing. My husband went to use car again today. He drove to shops fine. But when he came back to car and tried to drive home. He found the break

Get a second opinion I am a competant diy mechanic and have changed the clutch on my diesel multi which means removal of the gearbox with the information that you have provided I can see no relationship of your problems to the gearbox. The power steering works by the auxilary belt turning the power steering pumpeither the pumps knackered or the belts come off. I agree with the other posters about the

I am a mechanic and even with a new clutch assembly and slave cylinder and a flywheel it wouldnt come to that much. For a clutch probs 450 and then may be 250 to 300 for recon box. As other people have said check the fluid level and if the belt is there and with engine running that the pump is turning. I also agree with the vacuum or the servo if it drop when the engine started I would say isnt servo

FIAT MULTIPLA bleeding the clutch on a 1.9JTD

Hi over the past months a problem has manifested itself in that its really hard to change gear for the first 20 mins or so. Its got so bad now that I have to pump the clutch about 20 times just to get it into gear in the morning. Its fine once its warm. The garage reckons both master and slave hydraulic cylinders will need changing (about 400 pounds) but thats just from a telephone coversation they

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