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I am having problems with my Clutch they say what I need is a clutch pressure regulator but im not sure the piece takes two lines one for the master cylinder and then a line that goes out to the slave cylinder?

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That would be the way it works but ive never heard of such a part for the clutch. ive worked on many of these cars nad the problems i see is a bad clutch when it revs and doesnt move fast enough or take off fast, or you loose your clutch pedal or hard to go into gear and the problem with the loss of pedal or hard to get into gear is a bad master or the slave, pleasr write me and let me know why you need this regulator so i can help you further, hope this helps.

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