[DML] Re: CLUTCH PROBLEMS WITH 6944
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[DML] Re: CLUTCH PROBLEMS WITH 6944



You should first do the usual checks. Check the fluid level at the
clutch master. If it's empty, pull back the carpet under the drivers
side of the dash under the pedals and see if the bottom of the carpet
and underpadding are soaked in oil. If they are, you need a new clutch
master. If not, refill the system and use the clutch a few times and
see if you end up with a puddle under where the tranny meets the
engine. If you do, your problem is the clutch slave.  If either of
these are leaking, you should probably replace the clutch line too if
it's still the stock plastic one when you change the offending part,
go with the SS  replacement on the line. If the system is full of
fluid, and shows no signs of leaking anywhere, then you either have a
problem with the clutch, or the clutch fork in the bellhousing.
Probably something bent, but i'm not sure how that would happen pretty
much overnight for you. 

Chris
VIN #3209



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