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No clutch my clutch failed on my 77 245 volvo.where is themaster cylinder located so i can troubleshoot?

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You have a clutch cable on that model!

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Location of slave cylinder


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Clutch has no pressure


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If a newly installed hydraulic kit leaks after 6 months you need to renew the complete master cylinder or slave cylinder unit.
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