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Old 11-14-2011, 10:37 PM   #1
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nissan 5spd clutch problem

So several months ago the slave cylinder was leaking and lost all fluid, so I replaced it and all was good, fast forward to now I noticed I had to push the clutch in farther to engage, check fluid and its way low, look under the truck and doesn't look like its leaking. Now i have to push it all the way to the floor just to get it in gear. Filled the reservoir and it worked for a couple days but now its close to nothing even with the reservoir full. Should I try bleeding the slave cylinder again? Or any other suggestions?
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Re: nissan 5spd clutch problem

Rebleed the slave, and see what happens. You may not have bled it well enough the first time.
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lol @ mattpass, aight i'll give it a try see what happens. if there was air still in the line, would the temperature changes amplify the lack of pedal feel?
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lol @ mattpass, aight i'll give it a try see what happens. if there was air still in the line, would the temperature changes amplify the lack of pedal feel?
That is the great thing about brake fluid, temps don't change it's characteristics at all. You are bound to have air in the system, if that doesn't help you might have to replace the slave again. Sometimes our great China parts don't last that long.
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