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Cluch stuck to floor.

I need to know how to change my slave and master cylinder in my 93 ford probe, the cluch wont come off the floor.

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Have you tried bleeding the master cylinder first? There should be a bleeder valve down on your tranny close to where your master cylinder line hooks in. You need 2 people to do this properly or you can buy a special valve from an auto parts store and do it yourself. If any air has gotten into your lines, your clutch will go to the floor. Tranny fluid is cheaper than buying both slave and master cylinders. Plus, if you replace them, you'll have to bleed the system anyway.

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