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My clutch just stopped working today and I was wondering if someone could help. The fluid is good, my brother-in-law thinks it might be the it is the Master Cylinod

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If it just quit out of nowhere and wasnt slipping beforhand then yes it is the "Slave cylinder" not the master cylinder.

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