Mazda Other Repair Question
New clutch problem after dealer works on my brakes
The dealer claims it has nothing to do with their work-but the coincidence is too much.
In the morning the clutch was fine, then when I picked up the car-it is not. what is going on? Can you help please? Could the mechanic inadvertently caused a problem? or is it pure coincidence?
There is a relation between brake pads and the master cylinder. The calipers have to be forced back by a C clamp or other means to make room for the new pads. If the mechanic didn't take the cap off the master cyl it "could" have forced the excess fluid to back flow and create an air pocket. It sounds like the brakes need to be bled to remove the air. Hope it didn't ruin the master cyl. Good luck.
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