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Glen
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I swear if its not one thing its another! Im hoping its just my slave cylinder but i don't know .. I was driving to work and went to down shift, low and behold my clutch just sank to the floor and stayed there. I was like SON OF A B****! so i ended up rev matching to park... Then i didn't want to call a tow truck to come home so i did the same thing home and ran stop signs after red lights cause i had no choice if i stopped moving i had to push the car to go. But Good thing i have the next 2 days off.

Leaning towards the clutch master cylender since its attached to the pedal from the looks of things:



fluid goes no where, and pedal stays on floor unless i manually pump it, then i get a suction sound.

Oh and i looked at the fluid it looked milky and grey?
 

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Breast inspector by appt.
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If you're getting a suction sound, then you've lost fluid. There are only 3 possibilities: master cylinder, slave cylinder or the fluid line between them. First step is to add fluid and bleed the system, see if it holds or if there is a leak. Usual suspects are seals in the master or slave.
 
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