Question about 1991 Mitsubishi Eclipse
I agree with babygirl check your master and slave cylinder slave is most likely gonna be the first to go and make sure fluid levels are good (both in the tranny and in the clutch system)then flush and bleed the and if you pay 450 for a clutch i wanna be your new parts supplier cuz thats no where close to right unless you are pay for install toothen i gues thats ok but i only charge 300 i guess i need to raise my prices
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
I don't know if you went back to look at my post, but i fixed my car by putting in a new slave and new master cylinder and then tightening up the clutch petal. it does NOT grind anymore! and my baby is like new! it cost me about $90 through napa auto parts. $66 for the master and $16 for the slave and it comes with everything you need. hope this helps you!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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