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Tue Nov 23 22:12:04 EST 2004
tks for precision.
I changed the slave. The master is going well.
----- Original Message -----
From: Joshua van Tol
To: quattro quattro list
Sent: Tuesday, November 23, 2004 1:22 PM
Subject: Re: Clutch pedal
This "extra pressure" argument is completely wacked. The reason they
both go together is that they're about the same age, and tend to wear
at the same rate. Also, the wear particles (rubber bits) from the
failed component rarely get flushed properly and this contributes to
the failure of the other component.
The pressure in the hydraulic line is (almost) entirely related to the
strength of the springs in the clutch. One slave or master vs another
is not going to generate more or less pressure.
On Nov 23, 2004, at 11:22 AM, Denis wrote:
> slave cyl on the tranny is going out .... i ll probably need to chage
> master soon,,, the extra pressure from the new slave ll degrate the
> if it got changed since long...
> The slave go bad very fast , dont wait. Look under the car if there is
> brake oil leak between the tranny and the engine....
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Liotta" <rliotta at alaska.net>
> To: <quattro at audifans.com>
> Sent: Tuesday, November 23, 2004 3:22 AM
> Subject: Clutch pedal
>> I own an 85 4000 Quattro-- about 130K miles.
>> Recently-- the clutch pedal does not come back to the up position--
>> The clutch is fine for about 20 miles-- then it just lays 1/2 way
>> down--- and I have to use my toe to pick it back up-- not a real big
>> deal-- except in 1st or reverse--- when things are close to you! It
>> acts this way for about 10 miles-- then it is fine again.
>> Can any one help??
>> Thanks very much-- Rick.
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