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CLUTCH i HAVE A HYUNDAI N REG ACCENT 15,000 MILES, THE CLUTCH IS NOT SLIPPING BUT I HAVE TO PUMP THE PEDAL TO GET IT TOO WORK , DOES IT NEED BLEEDING OR A NEW CLUTCH, HAVEN'T DRIVEN IT FOR TWO YEAR THOUGH, NO OTHER PROBLEMS I DON'T THINK OR HAVE NOTICED.

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Im having the same problem and its my slave cylinder, but im going to go ahead and replace the master cylinder as well because once the slave goes the master is shortly after. Good luck! Fixing both is like a 100dollar fix er less not too bad!

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Check oil level in your clutch master,leaks,slavecylinder

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