I would do a flush of the clutch master, slave, and lines. This will tell you if you have fluid pressure at the slave, and potentialy loosen any blockage. If the problem still persists or you find no fluid out of the slave bleeder screw, then you will need to open the line at the master to see if you have flow out of the master. If no flow from master it is most likely the master. If you do have flow, then it is most likely blockage in the line, or the slave. (If you then open the line at the slave and fluid flows, it is most likely the slave. If no flow, then it is most likely the line)
Last edited by nightsurfride; 06-15-2006 at 01:08 PM.