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Why would you be having to fill the clutch reservoir weekly in a 1994 Corvette with manual 6 speed transmission?


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2015-07-17 17:52:11
2015-07-17 17:52:11

There is a leak somewhere.

your slave cylinder is leaking.or the fitting or line is

Or your master cylinder is leaking.

Either a line is leaking or The slave cylinder is starting to wear out. chances are if you are filling weekly the leak is not major but is big trouble. the is nothing wrong with filling the resivior when needed but if the cash is avalibly you should get it fixed. usally the cylender is from 15-50$ but labor could be a 6 hour job if the transmission is about the housing. do a simple check with a mechanic when you have a chance.


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