Join Date: Apr 2002
Location: Dandridge (Near Knoxville), TN, USA
Re: Clutch won't stay diengaged
DO NOT keep doing this, because if the slave has failed, a pretty common failure, your clutch is not far from being contaminated, if it is not already. Once that happens, a $300 to $500 slave cylin
If the fluid has gone down in the clutch master cylinder, you likely already have a contaminated clutch. If it has, check all the lines between the master and slave for external leaks, if you are REALLY lucky, this may be the problem.
If the master level has not gone down, then you are again lucky, and it is master cylinder piston seal leak, fairly inexpensive fix, as there is a rebuild kit for the master.
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