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Hi again, I am doing nothing but posting on here for advice at the moment, been finding marks over my driveway, looks like brake/clutch fluid checked the brake reservoir and found it to be empty.. I have recently had my clutch and flywheel done not sure if this is linked, it is not the brakes and seems to be coming from the clutch area, what are the odds this is the slave cylinder? should this be changed on a clutch change or is this separate?

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Depends on what you asked them to change doesn't it?
 
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i dont think its standard, otherwise the clutch, pressure plate and slave cylinder would be sold as a kit.
There are clutch kits with and with out slave cylinders, logic dictates that the slave is changed if it too is concealed within the bell housing, Standard procedure.
 
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