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Old November 13th, 2016, 02:00 PM   #13
BLUEnoEQ
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It's not your clutch or your transmission. It's either the master or the slave. If your clutch was bad it wouldn't hold the car or it would slip when trying to move it. If it's not leaking fluid then it's leaking around the seal internally. Which means replacement. If you do end up doing the master replace both, the slave is so cheap, it's not worth having to bleed it twice.
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