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Leaking fluid from the hydraulic clutch before it goes into the transmission.

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Is it leaking from the clutch pipe union or the bleed screw if either just tighten them. If the seal on your clutch slave cylinder needs to be replaced either replace the whole slave cylinder or get a repair kit to refurbish the internals.

Posted on May 09, 2010

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    Mary Britt-Powell Dec 31, 2010

    thank you for helping me to go see what my problem could be.Now I know what to look for.
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