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I have a problem getting my clutch lever to depress in my 1995 Mitsubishi GS 2.0 non- turbo, so I can install my new slave cylinder. What can the problem be, how can I get it to depress?

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You might be having a problem with the clutch master cylinder.

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  • Curtis Hagans
    Curtis Hagans Jan 04, 2017

    How can you tell if it's the master cylinder?

  • Lawrence Oravetz Jan 04, 2017

    If you can't get the slave cylinder to move the clutch release fork, it may be bound up on the nose shaft of the transmission or the throwout bearing has worn off the fingers on the clutch release plate. If the clutch master doesn't even try to move the fork, it isn't producing enough pressure.

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