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leaking clutch fluid

Discussion in 'Civic and del Sol - EG and EK' started by soon2beh22, Mar 18, 2007.

  1. soon2beh22

    soon2beh22 New Member

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    Ok lets start. My del sol 95 S with a d15b swap is leaking clutch fluid very quickly. At first it was only leaking enough i had 2 refill it once about 3 months ago but then it made me refill it about 2 weeks ago then a week ago now every other day.

    The clutch was replaced about 2-3 years ago and has a centerforce dual friction cltch kit on it. I dont think it is the clutch itself for that reason.
    As said beforwe it is draining quite fast now.
    And even when full the clutch pedal will go down all the way to the floorboard and not work until i pull it back up with my foot (then it works fine) Is this the slave or master thats needs to be replaced Or how can i find out very ez. Also if it is either one do i need to take off the tranny to fix either of those? Please lety me know all thanks.:eek:
     
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    AHHVTEC Well-Known Member VIP

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    it probly the master cyclender but why your at it replace the slave also there very cheap like 12 bucks
     
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    tranny off

    ok do i need to remove the tranny to replace either one of these and also how can i find them on sol ezly?
     
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    CiViC_SOHC Senior Member

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    The master is what you fill (the metal part under the resevoir) there is a bolt that attaches to your pedal and then 2 bolts to the firewall, remove those and you can take the master out. The slave should be in front of the tranny with a bleeder screw on the end. 2 bolts and that is out.
     
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    AHHVTEC Well-Known Member VIP

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    no you dont need to take the tranny off
     
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    thanks for replys i got it done but now dam clutch will not work cause air is in the system. I know how to bleed brakes. Whats best way to bleed a clutch line.
    :p
     
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    AHHVTEC Well-Known Member VIP

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    the same way just bleed it at the slave cyclender
     
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