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Frank Cranker

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  1. I am in the process of replacing the metal flared line that goes into the slave cylinder. Mine had a small hairline split in it that could only be seen while hand pumping the clutch petal. I would try bleeding the slave cylinder again to release any air and then have someone pump the clutch until you find the leak between the slave cylinder and the master cylinder. Most likely you will have a leak somewhere on one of those lines
  2. Sorry about that. Thank you for the response though.
  3. My brake master cylinder was leaking and lost all of the clutch (it went straight To the floor). I replaced the master cylinder, bled the brakes and then attempted to bleed the clutch at the bleeder nut on the slave cylinder. It still wasn’t building any pressure so I had my friend pump the clutch by hand and once most of the air was out I found a small split on my flared metal line going into the slave cylinder. Is this a line I will have to bend myself or are they available pre shaped?
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