Question about 1984 BMW 3 Series
I replaced the master brake cylinder about two years ago, i have recently noticed some kind of lubricant leaking onto the driveway, and yesterday when I went out to the car to start it, when I pressed on the clutch it remained on the floor. There was no compression at all, so I added some brake fluid and started pumping the clutch by hand. It now has some compression; however, I do see a small leak slowly dripping, from where I am not exactly sure? Anyone have any suggestions, besides the obvious, to hunt down the leak?
Is the Slave Cylinder on the inside or outside of my 1986 BMW 325e transmission?
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
Your clutch slave cyclinder underneath the car is probbably leaking
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
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This is for a 328, but should be the same for a 325.
Location 1 is where you add the clutch fluid. The brake fluid reservoir for both the brake master cylinder and clutch master cylinder. There is a line from the brake reservoir to the clutch master cylinder.
Also, read you owners manual. It should show the same ocation pictorially.
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