Clutches and Flywheels
Nissan 240SX

Fix Clutch Sliiping on 240sx?


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2007-11-11 16:45:17
2007-11-11 16:45:17

Before you get into the clucth, check out the cluthc slave and master cylinder's as well as the clutch lines. there is also a box on the frame rail that the lines go throught after leaving the master cylinder but before the slave, that might be clogged or just simply not letting the fluid through if all those are fine, well time to rip apart the transmission and replace that clutch


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