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Sticky clutch 91 accord lx clutch sticks to floor or is slow to release. I replaced master cylnder, slave has small leak but never goes through any fluid what else could it be?

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Slave cyl is sepreate from master cyl you have air in the clutch hydraulic system replace slave and inspect clutch master for leaks on drivers floor board area pull carpet back and make sure to bleed system properly!!!!!!!

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