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Angela, I'll be honest I'm confused. It shows "problem with Toytoa Celica" but you mention a Ford Mondeo in your post. Just to be sure we're talking about a Ford Mondeo that had the flywheel replaced, correct? Chances are if they replaced the flywheel you normally would always replace the clutch disk with it. If this is a hydraulic clutch system you don't typically have to open the hydraulic system to swap out the flywheel and clutch on a car. This would lead me to believe clutch fluid isn't your answer, but I would at least make sure you check it. If they DID have to open the system the clutch needs to have the air bled out of the hydraulic lines.
It's not the clutch, it is the clutch slave cylinder. Check the fluid level in the clutch master cylinder and you will see that it will be empty. The problem is the trans has to be removed to replace it.
have you smashed the sump ??never seen one leak yet?? sure its not the front or rear end oil seals ??..sounds like you have the sub frame in the way ,evan if you remove this bolt you will not be able to drop the sump without removing or lowering the sub frame assembly as the oil pick up pipe stops you from removing the sump in situe.Its not difficult to drop sub frame just time consuming