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Old 14th January 2022, 22:36   #21
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Ah would that mean replacing the metal master cylinder as well?
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Old 19th June 2022, 18:22   #22
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Just an update on this. I have dipped my finger in the reservoir a couple of times now, the latest being last week before I went on holiday. There is still plenty of fluid in it. I am now wondering whether it wasn't properly refilled when the clutch was fitted and the level had just dropped a bit as the clutch has worn.

I have, nevertheless, brought a bottle of fluid and syringe with a piece of pipe attached with me just in case!!
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