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clutch, slave, or master?

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Old 11-19-2015, 07:17 PM
rob.lav.88
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93 Dodge stealth r/t twin turbo

I was driving 20 min to a place, and started noticing weakness. On my way back car was nearly unmovable.

Had to move its parking spot, drove 7 miles, car will no longer move at all. Shifted into gears easily,

clutch pedal presses and decompresses fine.

One guy who looked at it told me there was a leak,

the master cylinder resevoir was an inch low in fluid, and that that was significant.

I put fluid in the resevoir, car acted no different.


Can a clutch go suddenly as what I am mentioning here. 30 miles from working to nothing?
 
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Old 12-28-2015, 05:36 PM
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The clutch slave cylinder needs blended, its on the side of the tranny
 

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