Clutch solenoid

Asked by May 27, 2017 at 08:34 PM about the 2005 Chevrolet Cavalier

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I took my car into the shop and they said it was
a clutch solenoid that went out I have a 5-
speed we went online to try and find something
to fix that because they said it would cost
$1,000 to fix it we can't seem to find anything
online for them parts for my car can anyone
please help

3 Answers

87,155

There is no clutch clutch solenoid on there. There is a clutch master cylinder, slave cylinder, throw-out bearing, pressure plate & clutch disk. Any one of these could be bad. It could be they are wanting to do a total clutch replacement.

Ok so how do I findout which one it would be or is better just to do the whole replacement? The reason I had it looked at is cuz one minute my clutch is fine and then the next minute it goes to the floor and won't come back up ..so then I have to sit there and keep pumping the clutch til it works again

87,155

Then this sounds like either the slave cylinder or the brake master cylinder, something wrong with the hydraulic clutch system.

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