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Clutch pressure

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Anthony58
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2022/06/22 09:44:16 (permalink)

Clutch pressure

Hi,
 
Not sure if anyone else has experienced this. The other day while driving my 997 Gen1, I lost clutch pressure and it would not return to correct position. I now have a clutch that is 4 to 5 inches off the floor. Has the clutch slave cylinder packed up or on its way out. Any advice would be appreciated. 
 
thank you

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STiG911
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Re: Clutch pressure 2022/06/22 10:47:51 (permalink)
Morning,
I've not experienced this in a Porsche but certainly have in another car, and it sure sounds a lot like the slave cylinder has gone. :-(
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