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Old 07-13-2007, 05:03 AM   #1
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Leaking clutch fluid

I've been needing to refill my clutch fluid almost daily. I think I need to replace my Clutch Master Cylinder. Could it be anything else? I haven't had the time to isolate the leak, but any hints on where to look would be a great help.

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Look under the dash were the shaft comes out of the clutch master cylinder, if you can see or feel fluid comming out of the master cylinder its bad. I had to replace mine last week because it was leaking. also check the slave cylinder that operates the clutch, they can also leak .
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Typically you replace both together.

Clutches:
http://www.wabfab.org/products/clutches/clutches.htm

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