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

If you don't know how long they have been in use, the best way to go is replace both master and slave clutch cylinders, especially if the latter has a white dust cover (seems to be original).
While having them off, also replace the plastic clutch line, if this is still in the car.
Doing so, you will only have to bleed the clutch once.


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "jaegerstephen" <jaegerstephen@...> wrote:
> My clutch pedal went soft and thus it is difficult to put the car in gear. Is there a way to check if the problem lies with the master cylinder or the slave cylinder? Or should I just bit the bullet and replace both? I am not sure how old they are. Also, I do have the SS clutch line.
> Thanks Steve


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