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It want hold any clutch fluid and the clutch is going to the floor

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  • rockstarbett Aug 07, 2008

    Mine is doing the exact same thing; Does anyone know of any websites that maybe able to show me what to do as far as fixing it.

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J_del is correct, but it seems, by your original post, "It want hold any clutch fluid..." that the fluid is leaking. Check your lines, fittings, reservoir and cylinders for evidence of leaking.

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Either a line is ruptured, or the slave cylinder or master cylinder has failed. Is it leaking fluid? If you see puddles under the car, you have a rupture. If not, it's either the slave or master that has failed. Start with the slave, simply because it's less work and usually a lot less money.

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