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Nubira 2000 model sticky clutch.

Nubira 2000 model.
Replaced slave clutch cylinder, blead 3 months ago.

Fluild levels fine, no leaks.

Worked fine for a while, now depressed clutch sticks to floor.

Please offer advice.

Regards

DARRYL

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  • whu8 Jul 01, 2009

    Thank you for your help.

    One thing further - Pardon my ignorance, but is the contact ball the shaft of the slave cylinder contacting the clutch lever? I'm not sure what you mean.

    Regards

    DARRYL

  • David gribble
    David gribble Feb 22, 2014

    Yes i drove for about 1k it was ok but stopped working again

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Regards Darryl, you have a leak try bleeding the system then lube the contact ball which you should of done when replacing the slave, also could have master going out happens all the time weakest point in the system is the first to go out.

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