the only way to really diagnose the problem , is to take it to a mechanic.wfmrules said:Master cylinder? What is that. So if i replace my clutch it won't fix the problem?
Of course, the master cylinder could just be dry....1fastaltima said:
the only way to really diagnose the problem , is to take it to a mechanic.
But, it really doesn't sound like the clutch. It might be the clutch master cylinder. Like i said, take it to a trusty mechanic and see what he says. That's your best bet. No offense to anyone on the site, but you won't get the right answer over the computer. Someone has to see and experience the problem