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If it loses pressure after a few pumps, either the clutch master cylinder and/or clutch slave cylinder are defective, or there is a leak elsewhere in the system. Also low RPMs and low power are usually due to the ignition timing being incorrect. An incorrectly installed timing belt can also cause low power.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The slave cylinder is replaced simply by removing 2 14mm or 12m nuts on the bottom side of the trans. There is no need for transmission removal.
Remember to point out to the shops that there are two bleeding points for the clutch. On the slave cylinder itself and under the hood on the passenger side. Its right behind the windshield washer fluid fill spot. Sometimes the bleeder is covered with a black cover.
Posted on May 23, 2009
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