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If you already replaced the master cylinder and it does the same thing, either one of the o-rings are leaking air, the slave adapter is leaking, or the slave itself is bad.
I have attached the directions for removing the slave. It shows where all the o-ring joints are located as well as clips. Make sure they are all good. All attached pictures correlate with these directions.
Clutch control removal and installation
Removal and installation
Removal service point
[[a]] clutch tube assembly disconnection/concentric slave cylinder adapter removal
- Do not remove the O-rings and the clips from the clutch tube assembly, the clutch master cylinder, the concentric slave cylinder adapter and the concentric slave cylinder.
- If the O-rings or the clips of the clutch tube assembly, the clutch master cylinder, the concentric slave cylinder adapter and the concentric slave cylinder are damaged, replace each assembly.
Installation service point
]]a[[ concentric slave cylinder adapter/clutch tube assembly connection
- When connecting each part, check that the O-ring and clip are not damaged.
- If any connection area or O-ring is dirty, clean with the clutch fluid.
Assemble the clip to the clutch master cylinder, clutch tube assembly B, and concentric slave cylinder. Then, connect the clutch tube assembly A and concentric slave cylinder adapter.
Let me know if this helps or if you have other questions.
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Monday, December 3rd, 2018 AT 6:53 PM