Clutch cylinder won't hold pressure


Asked by Jul 14, 2013 at 11:50 PM about the 1993 Nissan 300ZX 2 Dr STD Hatchback

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Just replaced the clutch and slave cylinder. Have bleed the lines but it won't hold

6 Answers

did you use old brake fluid? perhaps you've a defective slave out a warranty replacement of your defective units~

James Ramond

the third part is a clutch master cylinder ,on firewall acts like a brake master cylinder, and may be leaking down from wear


Replaced both the master and slave with new fluid. I have bled and bled and bled the system and still nothing

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James Ramond

possible master cylinder push rod not adjusted for good retraction to suck up a burst of fluid per stroke

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by yourself? my friend, you must have a heavy footed gorilla who can push and let off on command.~

Marcus Quesnell

There is a bleed point near the passangers headlight on the engine bay side of the wheel well it seems lik its in the middle of no where but thats the clutch bleed point

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