RE: [DML] Clutch behavior
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RE: [DML] Clutch behavior



Rich, The watery black fluid may have done damage to the seals. You may need
to replace them.
John Hervey



-----Original Message-----
From:Tell you if you ask.
Subject: [DML] Clutch behavior

About 2 years ago I replaced my clutch master & slave cylinders and 
replaced the line with a stainless, braided one. I did this during 
the summer and the pedal was drastically improved.

Since I hit the 2 year mark anyway, I flushed the system as David T. 
likes to remind us and the fluid was absolutely black and when I 
poured it into a disposal container it seemed...watery. Again, the 
pedal has greatly improved.


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