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Hi i have ust got into my Volvo v50 and my clutch pedle is on the floor it was fine on satuarday

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Could be slave cylinder. Look under car where it was last parked for fresh fluid on ground. Also look under hood for resivor. Should be 2 looking a lot alike. One for brakes and other for clutch. Owners manual will show them.

Posted on Dec 15, 2014

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    mr-fix Jan 20, 2015

    Clutch and brakes are using the same fluid.



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