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I have a 2000 kia sephia, the clutch pedal is losing pressure every now and then after driving for like 30 mins

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  • geoevery Jul 27, 2010

    It is not leaking at all

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Is a master cylinder leaking inside or a slave cylinder leaking.
look under car and see if slave is leaking.
for my money I would replace both cylinders because if one is going bad the other will also be worn out.

Posted on Jul 27, 2010

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There is a spring on the pedal up under the dash, if this has come undone then the pedal may not be able to come back up to the normal position. The spring connects directly to the pedal and to a bracket under the dash.

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