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master/slave? hoses? never had to work on the clutch yet ... thanks much!
Also to John: Assuming the rebuild guys DID replace the clutch and slave cylinder (not sure on master, if that's part of the replace) ... what's the likely scenario here? I'm just trying to figure this out in my head based on the timeline. I had the driving problems b/c of the limp mode. Then, all of a sudden I had the clutch problems. Granted, I had to do some gear slamming to get it home , but not much in the way of grinding since I couldn't shift. I'm thinking I need to take a straight look at this hose you speak of or anything else outside of the actual clutch. Those rebuild guys aren't likely to give me anything now considering the time that's passed, though if they really ripped me off on the clutch I'll still be giving them a call. They are masters at figuring out what they aren't responsible for.
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