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Soft clutch the clutch disc is still good but why do i have a soft clutch??? do i need to pour clutch fiuld??

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The problem is related to the hydraulic clutch, either the slave or master cylinder is defective, u most likely have air in the system and that will cause a soft pedal, crawl under the car and look at the slave cylinder and see if it shows signs of leaking, it will be a oily residue, also do the same for the master cylinder up top. I am sure u will have to have them replaced, always replace them (master and slave cylinder) as a set.

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You have to refill the reservoir and bleed the clutch by getting loosening the bleed valve until you have no air in the system Until you are sure that only fluid comes out. No air.

Posted on Feb 13, 2009

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