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I am losing hydraulic clutch pressure on my 06 coupe

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I am losing hydraulic clutch pressure on my 06 coupe GT 4200
Slave , master or something else
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If you are losing fluid from the system then check at the slave cylinder boot for wet liquid areas . if clean then check the master cylinder .
The only common place for the leak is the master cylinder or the slave cylinder
unless the lines have been damaged somehow, but very rare unless the vehicle was in an accent in the past.
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Kind regards Greg.
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
GregThats a generic answerAre you a Maserati experienced tech because I think you would not see a leak from the outsideIs there a switch in the line and how accessible is the slave cylinder
Hi .
Generic yes as all the clutch single plate system like you got are just the same as any other clutched car .
Only on yours you have a centric slave cylinder so to check for leaks on this check the bottom of the bellhousing for brake fluid as the slave cylinder in inside the ballhousing Thrust bearing and slave cylinder one unit ..
No switch in the line slave cylinder you have to remove the transmission to replace
Rgds Greg
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
That's not good news are you sureAccording to the schematic the slave is secured by circlips
Hi . Yes its in the transmission . As shown in the diagram ,and a photo of the actual part slave with release bearing Rgds Greg
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