I see clutch/brake fluid coming from the front center of my car. I needed to fill the brake reser. too a bit. Is it a master of slave clutch under the car in center? 1990 QUAD
Clutch master cylinder is directly below the reservoir at the top of the engine bay on driver side. Slave cylinder is at the bottom, where the engine mates to the gearbox bell housing (on the right side). The master is connected to the slave via a hard metal line from the master, which is connected to a rubber hose about dead center on the crossmember, the rubber hose continuing the rest of the way to the slave cylinder. If your leak is directly in the center, the hose might be leaking, or possibly, the slave is leaking but the fluid is traveling down the outside of the hose before dripping. Either way, I wouldn't characterize it as the "front" of the car.I see clutch/brake fluid coming from the front center of my car. I needed to fill the brake reser. too a bit. Is it a master of slave clutch under the car in center? 1990 QUAD
Replacement of the slave cylinder is fairly straightforward, but there can be some problems. And yes, you will need to bleed the clutch when you are done.Ok, it has to be the slave. It's not the master, as that seems dry. Is the slave a difficult part to replace? Does the entire system have to be bled? Any good links on how to replace,it?