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My clutch function completely died on me, only to reappear the next day. On the day, I pump the clutch pedal every now and again over a period of more than 2 hours, eventually had to get a tow truck in to get the car back home. I wierd thing is the next day the problem had disappeared and the clutch was fully functional again. What could have caused this to happen as I'm certain it would happen again. gmt0123

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  • gmt0123 Mar 13, 2011

    I'm referring here to a Ford Bantam 2007 (South African model) - was not listed as an option on the models drop-down.

    Can I assume your proposed solution applies equaly to this model.

  • gmt0123 Mar 13, 2011

    What is also weird is that there are no signs of any fluid leakage of any sorts.

    How would you confirm it's silinder related.

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It is the clutch slave cyl. check fluid it could be same as brake fluid refer to owners manual for location of resivor

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  • ron frantz Mar 13, 2011

    the cylinder is inside of the transmission housing you would not notice a fluid leak on outside or on gound check fluid see if it is low also you may notice clutch slipping some for fluid can get on clutch disc

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