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Q: Clutch cylinder leaking fluid

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The clutch is leaking fluid and is hard to push. I think the clutch cylinder might be bad and needs replacing.

Hi there, it is possible for the seals to start leaking over time. Have a certified technician inspect the clutch assembly to locate and fix the cause.

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