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Old 07-14-2014, 02:22 AM
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Wow, thanks a lot man! Great links! My clutch fluid does look pretty dirty, so I'm just gonna start with the simplest things first and work my way down until I solve the problem. Or I could just go out and buy a whole new slave and master cylinder assembly, do the drill mod while its still out of the car and then throw it in...... Ill have to look at prices for the assembly. I remember buying a sealed unit for my 93 that could just bolt in the car and was already bled and good to go. Well see.
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