Question about Ford Fiesta
I have noticed a damp patch on the car mat for several weeks,seems as tho fluid is leaking slowly from clutch pedal what can this be please?
Are you loosing brake fluid from the brake master cylinder or the clutch master cylinder ? Either one could leak onto the floor.
Posted on Jan 23, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: soft clutch 1992 isuzu rodeo
If the seals around the shafts of master and slave are tight, they may be concealing a leak with fluid bypassing the piston seals internal to the two assemblies. Either your master or slave cylinders need to be replaced ot have new seals installed. Once you find the culprit and have installed a replacement, you will have to bleed the lines to evacuate air trap in the lines.
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
SOURCE: clutch fluid leak
the 900 uses the same reservoir for both brake and clutch; it's in front of the firewall on the side of the pedals, immediately visible when you open the hood. Milky plastic, with a screw top; max and min levels marked by lines.
clutch leaks can be at the slave cylinder in the clutch, which will likely cause slipping clutch; at the master cylinder, which may show as fluid inside the car; or in line between them (runs from master cylinder at firewall to front of engine, where the clutch is located).
Look for leaks on ground and relate to location above leak in engine bay
Posted on May 30, 2009
yes u can easy but after u do u might still have the clunk ther may be wear by know but also before refilling try to add an aditive, such as positive traction aditive it might help
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
If no fluid loss,then i would squeeze the fluid line (rubber part) to the slave cylinder. If you now have pressure in the pedal replace the slave cylinder. If still no pressure then change the clutch master cylinder.
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
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