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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The seals are blown in either the master or slave cylinder.
I'd recommend replacing both (it isn't a difficult job other than gaining access to them).
If you choose not to do both, check around each for signs of external leakage (near where the actuating rods protrude) and if there are no stains that you can find, you may have to do both since either can be leaking internally and losing less fluid to the outside.
Remember that this is a hydraulic system similar to your brakes so drain all of the old fluid from the lines and do appropriate bleeding of the system otherwise trapped air can make the pedal spongy and less effective.
Posted on Mar 13, 2010
have a muffler place check the catalytic converter it may be clogged and needing a new one. or if you haven't changed the timing belt you need to do it right away. since they are made of rubber and need to be changed every 70000 miles. if it's the timing belt, if it breaks you'll need a new motor. you need to look into it before that happens.
Posted on May 14, 2010
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