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Hydraulic clutch no resistance

Hi i have a 1993 dodge colt.When i parked it this morning it was fine....I went to go somewhere and the clutch pedal goes all the way to the floor with no resistance but does come back up on its own,and it will not go into any gear.I thought maybe since its freezing out somethimg froze?What should i do?

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  • michaelhighl Dec 16, 2008

    ok when i search that part nothing comes up for my cars year and make.Is there another name for it???

  • michaelhighl Dec 16, 2008

    both or either or? both those parts come up.

  • michaelhighl Dec 16, 2008

    thank you very much for answering all my questions!!!!

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Change the servo cylinder that will do the job, don't forget to bleed after replacement...

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  • dev ramnial Dec 16, 2008

    Master cylinder+ the slave cylinder

  • dev ramnial Dec 16, 2008

    It is advisable to change bothe units, you can get a good one from the scrapyard.. good luck

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