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Slave unit losing fliud in my carisma

Losing fluid from the slave unit

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  • JIM GREENHORN Nov 23, 2013

    Thanks for that I will probabley go for a new unit.

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The slave needs to be rebuilt new seals then bleed .

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$600.00 labor !?! Yikes !!
That seem very exessive..

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