Question about Mitsubishi Eclipse
This is usually caused by air entering the hydraulic clutch system after the fluid in the reservoir has leaked out of the slave cylinder. Check the fluid level and if low check the slave on the transmission for a leak. If leaking, replace the slave cylinder aqnd bleed the system. If this is not the problem or you have questions/need instructions, please let me know.
Posted on Nov 08, 2010
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