Volvo Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
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I'm sorry that despite the repair you still have the same problems with your Volvo.
Did the workshop also renew the clutch cylinder in the gearbox? Because the pedal is still stuck despite the replacement of the clutch and multiple bleeding of the line, the problem must be on one of the two cylinders of the clutch.
Usually it is the clutch cylinder on the clutch itself that causes the problems. If this was not exchanged, it still has to be replaced. With most engines the cylinder is integrated in the release bearing. This then jams, which leads on the one hand to increased clutch wear and on the other hand to a jammed clutch pedal.
If the cylinder was replaced at the clutch, the workshop should look for the clutch pedal. Usually these have a return spring on the pedal. Sometimes the spring is simply broken and must be replaced. If the spring on the pedal is ok, the clutch cylinder on the clutch pedal should still be replaced. In rare cases this is internally defective and the pedal cannot be pushed back by the hydraulic pressure in the clutch line.
Ok, thrust bearing and slave cylinder are different names for the same component.
Since this has been renewed, the search has to be continued as described in my previous answer on the clutch pedal and the cylinder on the clutch pedal (master cylinder).
Unfortunately, I do not offer a telephone service, the money for this you will get back the next days.
That you didn't notice that the phone call costs money is not bad, I didn't accept it, you'll get the money back.
The only connection of the Start Stop system to the clutch is the clutch pedal transmitter on the clutch pedal. This is needed for the ASS system to detect whether the clutch is depressed or not. Therefore, it is necessary to start troubleshooting the clutch pedal mechanism .
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Unfortunately, it is not possible to give a blanket answer to the problem with the instrument cluster. A workshop would have to do a test with a diagnostic tester. If this is ok, there is the possibility that it is a problem with the instrument cluster itself, which would then either have to be replaced or repaired by a specialist company.
You can easily find such companies via Google.
Ok, then the instrument cluster should be removed and sent to such a repair company. They can check the electrical system.
Please excuse me for having misunderstood. If the fault is in the car it is impossible to answer the question remotely, there are many control units connected to the instrument cluster, it could be any control unit or the wiring harness.
I am sorry.
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