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The clutch in our 2004 mitsubishi just let go and now the pedal has no "push back" is there potentially a fluid issue

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  • its420_us May 11, 2010

    Is your clutch is still engaged when the car is in gear, or is it out completely?

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I had this problem with mine... my clutch slave cylinder went out. If you can push the clutch pedal all the way in and feel little or no push back pressure, then it is a fluid issue. If you have to replace the slave its best to replace the master and vica versa due to fluid contamination. Parts are about 300 bucks for both parts. Its not the hard to replace both of them but bleeding the clutch will be fairly time consuming.

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Check the resivior for fluid if it is empty then either the slave cyl or master cyl or possibly both are leaking

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