Date: Tue, 01 Aug 2000 01:46:54 GMT
From: bradford <>
Subject: Help!!! Clutch went to floor!! ASAP! Please read!

Latly i noticed that my clutch didnt have as much pressure as it used to..then after some driving it would feel alot was never really bad but SOMETIMES it didnt really feel tight..then today i was driving...clutch felt good and I went to stop and put in N and the clutch droppped to the floor..last year around this time i replaced the seals to my master cylinder...the first thing i did when the car did this today was not waste anytime and pulled the master cylinder..i will replace the seals again and bleed...there is no signs of scoring or scrathes in the question is....does this still sound like a master cylinder problem? could the seals have possiable gotten bad again...maybe some air got in..i hope to god it is the master...does this sound like the syptoms of a bad slave? please say NO!..cause i heard the tranny and engine have to be droppped for this operation and it would mean the end of my beautiful 88 9000T...why the sudden drop?..soon as i touch the pedal a little it drops right to the floor and is moving the piston in the cylinder but obviosuly without any just goes in and stays...please help..please say it is defiantly not the slave...thanx in advanced u guys are great brad 88 9000T 196,000 (alot of nuts and alot more long as the tranny and turbo stay kicken) Please tell me that it is not the slave and that replacing the master seals and bleeding again will be the answer...i need to hear that... oh ya plenty of fluid in resavior... Sent via Before you buy.

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