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Clutch problem what solved your dry clutch reservior? I've got the same car and problem! Thanks Marty motorbicycles@yahoo.com

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Dry clutch res. is generally caused by a leak either in the clutch master cyl or the slave unit on the bellhousing. check both for leaks and replace as needed. Master will show seepage between unit and firewall... slave will have fluid under rubber dust boot. Make sure youbleed it (just like brakes) after you replace either.

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