was wondering if problem could be throw out bearing?

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Asked by Nov 08, 2007 at 09:36 PM about the 1994 Saturn S-Series 4 Dr SL1 Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

  was on my way home and when I turned a corner I dropped my car back into first let off the clutch and all that happened was the engine revved up but the car would not move.

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did you try another gear check fluid in revesor under hood this is a hidrolic clutch if low fill revesor with dot 3 break fluid put top back on and pump on clutch peddle see if peddle comes back up and try in gear,if works ok if not would say you have a bad slave cylender,this is on side of trans, no problem to replace,will need to bleed out air in cylender.TOB NO also have a release bearing you will know when it gose bad.will be time for new clutch.PS THE CAP UNDER HOOD ON DRIVER SIDE WILL SAY CLUTCH.

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Yes, could be the slave cylinder. Check that out.

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