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Clutch drag from hydraulics, whole in the line master cylinder, slave cylinder?


Proven Member
May 2, 2012
Pickens, SC, South_Carolina
Ok guys, I think my slave cylinder is going or something. If I bleed the clutch and let it sit overnight it will not let me select a gear in the morning. If I bleed the clutch it will drive like butter until I let it sit for a couple of hours or more. I feel like this is leaning more towards my hydraulics.

How should I go about trouble shoot or diagnosing?

I repeat shifts perfect after i bleed it. I'm pretty sure I have a slight leak in the line, but could be my slave cylinder, or .........? What should I look for?

just realized I put whole in the line should be hole... LOL.

I guess my question is how do I check for leaks in the master cylinder or slave cylinder.


Supporting Vendor
Dec 27, 2006
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Why didn't you just continue this in the other thread you started? A couple of us had questions in there to help you diagnose this issue, but you never responded to us.
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