Re: Clutch not disengaging
If you can pump it up and get the clutch to work even though it is leaking down, then yes, either MC or slave but keep in mind, if it is the slave that is leaking, that leaking fluid is being pushed down the clutch pushrod into and contaminating the clutch unless you have the slave weep hole drilled. If you have the hole, then you would see fluid leaking there. If not, then disassembly and inspection is the only way to see what is going on.
Don't pull the clutch in hard with the slave out of the housing. It can pop the circlip out and push the piston out with some force. If it is leaking there, it will be obvious.
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