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There is a leak in the clutch fluid line and i want to know the part name where the leak is

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If it's leaking from the top down. The clutch master cylinder is leaking. If it leaking from the bottom at the clutch lever, it's the clutch slave cylinder.

Posted on Jul 15, 2008

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saabreur
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SOURCE: clutch fluid leak

the 900 uses the same reservoir for both brake and clutch; it's in front of the firewall on the side of the pedals, immediately visible when you open the hood. Milky plastic, with a screw top; max and min levels marked by lines.

clutch leaks can be at the slave cylinder in the clutch, which will likely cause slipping clutch; at the master cylinder, which may show as fluid inside the car; or in line between them (runs from master cylinder at firewall to front of engine, where the clutch is located).

Look for leaks on ground and relate to location above leak in engine bay

Saabreur

Posted on May 30, 2009

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SOURCE: CLUTCH LINE LEAK AT HOSE FITTING AT SLAVE CYLINDER

Use a copper washer like on the brake lines, not an o ring.

Posted on Jun 02, 2009

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SOURCE: leaked out all clutch fluid and clutch is out

you must replace the hydraulic slave cylinder for the clutch to work again, it is not as expensive as you may think but if you have never done this type of work before I would not recomend it unless you acquire a haynes repair manual and the reqiured tools to remove the old one reinstall the new and bleed out the air from the system.

Posted on Jul 14, 2009

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SOURCE: clutch looses pressure. leak in part you put brake

clutch master cylinder

Posted on Jan 05, 2010

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desertracerpeople post here and do not tell what kind of car it is.. really helps if we know.. if the car has a clutch mast er cylinder and it is out of fluid than YES.. thats yyour problem.. But the question is what made this happen.. A LEAK.. the leak can be a bad clutch master or a bad clutch slave cylinder or the line that connects the two.. at worst it would be a collasped clutch cover or threw out bearing.. probably a leak or bad cylinder

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Clutch reservoir is dry on my daughters 96 Eagle Talon the car will not go into any gear.How do I flush the reservoir?If I add oil could this solve the problem


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I have transmission fluid leaking on the inside of my car under the dashboard!!!! I can see a transmission line coming from transmission and it goes into the fire wall it is a 5 speed manual transmission....


this is the line going from your master cylinder i believ. take it to a shop for repair unless you know how to replace it. and be vary vary cautious bringing it to a shop because if i am right you will loose your clutch and not not be able to get it into gear if you stop. and if you let me know what year it is i can maybe tell you how to replace this your self.
hope this helps you and please rate me if you would.
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Aaron

May 05, 2009 | Ford Escort Cars & Trucks

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Clutch fluid leak


the 900 uses the same reservoir for both brake and clutch; it's in front of the firewall on the side of the pedals, immediately visible when you open the hood. Milky plastic, with a screw top; max and min levels marked by lines.

clutch leaks can be at the slave cylinder in the clutch, which will likely cause slipping clutch; at the master cylinder, which may show as fluid inside the car; or in line between them (runs from master cylinder at firewall to front of engine, where the clutch is located).

Look for leaks on ground and relate to location above leak in engine bay

Saabreur

Feb 02, 2009 | 1992 Saab 900

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