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Icon4 01 edge clutch pedal lost pressure (m/c or slave?)

the pedal goes almost all the way to the floor before actuating the clutch. when i added more fluid to the master cyclinder it pressurized a little, but now back to nothin.
so... there is a leak somewhere

have been seeing that it may be either/both the clutch master cylinder and/or slave cylinder.

anyone ever done this job? should i do myself or get it done somewhere?

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I did it and had never changed one before. It was pretty straight forward just time consuming. I would recommend buying the ford one because they come primed and ready to go. Pop out the old one and then install the new one and you will be back on the road in a couple hours.
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