[DML] Re: Clutch fluid
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[DML] Re: Clutch fluid



You are absolutely correct! New clutch fluid will mix with the old fluid, still coating the slave seals, causing a chemical reaction that will cause a rapid disintegration of the slave cylinder seals.

JL

--- In "welmoedj" <welmoedj@...> wrote:
>
> .....
> While you're in there and never have replaced the slave cylinder, take a look.
> If it's capped with a white dust cover, replace the cylinder. It's old and can go any time.
> 
> Welmoed.




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