Hi, hope someone can solve this for me or offer some possibilities.
My Gto is my daily driver and when using it I do about 100 miles a week(mostly in traffic so clutch gets a lot of use). A few weeks ago the betting point dropped to the floor and would engage almost instantly. I noticed the clutch fluid was gone so I topped up and pumped it and everything was fine. Since then I now have to top the clutch fluid up once a week. I check for signs of leak but haven’t found any. Excedy clutch.
I don’t know but if you can’t see any in the engine bay where the slave cylinder is it might be leaking out of the back of the master cylinder. Try feeling around the clutch pedal at the top and see if there is any fluid there. I do hope the master cylinder is not a remote item and have made an a*se of myself
Get someone to depress the clutch pedal while you take a good look at the master to slave fluid line. It’s a sneaky one this, the fluid will squirt out under pressure all over the rear bank and will burn off, making it look like nothing’s wrong.
Good luck with finding the leak.
Il have it on the lift at the weekend, so il take a good look all round and see if I can find the leak. I didn’t think about it burning off before I could notice so that gives me confidence I will find it.
@GSXRKID, hi Rob, I spoke to you a few months ago after I had just bought that dodgy yank ecu (jester chromed). And noone will go near it with a barge pole. Do you know anyone who has used one before and had it mapped/tuned in UK?