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My clutch is comletely gone. I added brake fluid, but it leaked out. How do I fix the leak?

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Sounds like your slave cylinder is leakingout the fluid and needs to be replaced. The slave cylinder is the hydralic part that pushes on the clutch, when you depress the clutch pedal. Have it inspected and replaced if necessary.

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