Date: Sat, 13 Feb 1999 13:24:44 -0800
From: "Bill Moore" <>
Subject: Re: Need advice

you should replace the master first. usually the slave will empty the reservoir when it fails. Any fluid on the carpet? take a small screwdriver and pry open the dust boot. If it's got fluid, then the master definately is bad. Kevin Rogers <> wrote in message >I've got a 1988 9000 Turbo Hatchback with 138,000 miles. Problem is, my >clutch hydrolic fluid seems to be leaking and occasionally about once a >week I'll put my foot to the floor and the clutch will stay on the floor >and I'll have to literally pick the pedal up off the floor. After >several minutes in neutral I'll usually have a strong pedal again. I'm >told that it may either be the slave cylinder or the much easier to get >to, master cylinder. Any suggestions? Anybody else had the same >problem? What do I do next? > >Thanks, > >Kevin >

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