1998 Nissan Pathfinder Q&A
1998 Nissan Pathfinder Question: Clutch
Most likely your clutch is worn out or you need to replace your fluid. Replace the fluid first b/v it's way cheaper. Find your master cylinder. On the firewall driver side looks like a small brake master & takes brake fluid. If it's low then your clutch is worn or you are leaking. If it's black you might get away with replacing the fluid. Follow the line to the slave cylinder on the side of the bellhousing. Open the bleeder screw on it, take the cap off the master, & fill it up as it gravity bleeds until you have used about a bottle. Usually clutch slippage is more pronounced in lower gears because they apply more power. Good Luck. - certified.ase.tech
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