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I have a 1987 toyota corolla stick shift and i am having a leak problem. For some reason when i press the cluth pedal some fluid starts leaking.

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If it is leaking fluid inside the car, It sounds like to me you have a leaking clutch master cyl, if so replace and bleed system. 

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