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    Buy vr4 clutch issues

    Hey all, just checked out a Gto tt and the pedal sinks to the floor didn't have much time to look into it but he said that the throw out bearing always chattered so he would kick the pedal in and out a few times trying to quiet it. And then just lost all off his clutch. Any ideas? Sorry that's all the info I have
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    No body has any ideas?? Since the Pedal sinks to the floor it could be the slave cylinder... But I dunno

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    master or slave cylinders... or a really boned clutch. Check the master cylinder to see if it has fluid in it.
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    Well I'll let you know monday as I'll be picking it up then! Woot another Gto to the stable haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emilie@GZP View Post
    master or slave cylinders... or a really boned clutch. Check the master cylinder to see if it has fluid in it.
    This, you might just need to fill and bleed it.

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    So I got it now. The clutch line is cracked. The one from the junction block to the slave. So I'll rob it from my silver Gto awaiting body work. It runs great, but got a serious exhaust leak that needs to be taken care of

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