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Old 12-06-2009
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Icon4 Oil leaking from clutch pedal in random spots on floorboard??

I've done some searching about the slave going out but I'm un-certain thats the problem.. I have oil leaking somwhere from the clutch pedal pushrod under the dash, the sensor and bracket for the pushrod have standing oil on them. It looks like it may have squirted it across the floorboard from somwhere up there, when I checked the clutch reservoir it was close to empty, filled it up and drove all day, still has oil in it... Anyone know whats up??
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That is the clutch master cylinder. About $100 for the part . When you replace it , be sure to bench bleed it first.
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That is the clutch master cylinder. About $100 for the part . When you replace it , be sure to bench bleed it first.
Exactly. Its the resivour, master cylinder, and line going down to the transmission. Isn't really that hard to go out or put back in.
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