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I have read some of the other threads on clutch problems but i still need some advice. I have a 1995 gsr with a act l/w flywheel 12.5 i also have a exedy street,strip clutch i had my clutch put in in Aug. around 8k ago and now the cluch is real easy to push in. i know its not the clutch it self cause its new but i didnt have this problem yesterday when i drove my car. could it be cause of the weather that im having this problems with my clutch.
 

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Dont know if this helps u or not but my mates got a 5 Puk Brass Button Clutch in his car and I think when its cold or it could be when its hot either way 1 of the 2 then the clutch becomes allot easier to push in.
 

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Just pour it in and go from there. If air was introduced into the system, you should bleed the line.

It's not normal to lose any appreciable amount of clutch fluid in 6 months, so you'll want to check for evidence of a leak as well.
 

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Check around the carpet where the clutch pedal/pin goes into the fire wall and subsequently the clutch master cylinder. If you see clutch fluid, it's time to replace your master cylinder. This is a common problem in my experience on this board and in my teg :(
 

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dougw101 on Feb/17/04 said:
Check around the carpet where the clutch pedal/pin goes into the fire wall and subsequently the clutch master cylinder. If you see clutch fluid, it's time to replace your master cylinder. This is a common problem in my experience on this board and in my teg :(
well you couldnt be any more on point. I went out side to check and see this moring and that was exacly the problem.there was oil coming out of the piin and look like it had been doing it for a little while; Now is this something that i will be able to fix my self or should i have a mach do it. Also around how much dose it cost?
 

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i just recently replaced my clutch master cylinder. prob 2 weeks ago. This is defianately something you can do yourself. The dealership wanted $250, i think, to install a new one, i managed to find a parted out teg and got the clutch mc for 30$ and looked at some diagrams to see what i was doing. i have no mechanical abilities whatsoever, but its pretty easy. Its a little tedious since you have to worj upside down where the pedals are, but all in all i think it took me maybe 1 hour - 1 1/2 hours. The only thing I needed help with was flushing out old fluid and clearing the lines of air. flushing the lines just seems to me like it takes 2 people.
 

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well i just order from prostreet online. the cost is 68 bucks,I guess I will be asking a few more questions in about a week when it comes in so that i can install it. thanks for the help everyone.
 
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