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The saga of the dead clutch continues
Three days ago I had to tow my 1988 Audi 90 quattro as my clutch pedal
wouldn't spring back. It was simply dead. And now after three days
the clutch is working again. I left the car alone and just tonight
decided to start it up so the battery wouldn't die.
I have no clue on why a very dead clutch would start working again without
any effort. Could this still be a Master Cylinder symptom?
BTW, should I also change the Slave Cylinder alongwith the Master Cylinder
if I do end up fixing the Master Cylinder?
Or should I just leave the clutch alone and hope that it won't die again (yeah right wishful thinking but then again it is Christmas afterall).
Any advice, suggestion, clues very much appreciated.