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2001 hyundai accent leaking fluid from under my car its from my clutch. as long as i keep fluid full seems to be doing ok... but need t know what seal it is?

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You need to replace the clutch slave cylinder, trying to reseal it is a waste of time.

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mcdevito75 here, By Clutch I figure you mean a manual transmission 3 or 4 speed. but in any case you see oil leaking for the right front of your car. True, engine oil and Power steering fluid if leaking would be on the left side of the front of your car. The only other fluid on the right side of the car from the front is Brake fluid, I'll bet your clutch is power assissted and the fluid is leaking out of the booster to assist the clutch and thus the clutch won"t work. See your local auto repair shop and have them check it out for you.

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