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Clutch problems, slave cylinder?

Discussion in '4 Cylinder' started by Mishael, Sep 16, 2013.

  1. Mishael

    Mishael [OP] Idiot abroad

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    Quick and to the point, I noticed my clutch was not acting as quick as it used to and it had a lot more play before it actually did anything, I looked and my reservoir was empty. Topped it off, it got a little better but I looked under my truck and I think I'm looking at my slave cylinder, which looks like I should replace it. Am I correct to assume this is my problem?
     
  2. Mishael

    Mishael [OP] Idiot abroad

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  3. SDSam

    SDSam from Dirt bike to Dezert Couch

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    It's toast, needs changed and blead.
     
  4. MGMTacolover55

    MGMTacolover55 Well-Known Member

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    The master cylinder has been whipping the slave cylinder a little too hard...
     
  5. Mishael

    Mishael [OP] Idiot abroad

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    How dangerous is it to keep driving with it like this for a few more days? I noticed the leaking 2 weeks ago and the clutch finally had problems 3 or 4 days ago and I have brake fluid in my truck
     
  6. SDSam

    SDSam from Dirt bike to Dezert Couch

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    Keep brake fluid handy and fill it before it runs empty. Should last the few days you need
     
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