Question about 1993 Mazda B-Series
I had to periodically add brake fluid to my b2200 or my clutch apparatus would fail, however when I added fluid, function would be restored. This became more and more frequent over the course of a couple of months until one day it stopped working and adding more brake fluid didnt restore function. At that time i noticed a puddle of fluid on the ground where I stopped. I refilled the reservoir and it remains full but the function of my clutch is not restored?
If the fluid paddle is below the transmission, then it would be the slave, if it is below the firewall, then it would be the clutch master. There are repair kits available that contains most of the necessary parts to repair either the slave or master. Thereafter, it would be necessary to "bleed" the system to remove the air bubbles and set the clutch play.
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