master cylinder slave cylinder
i have a dodge 3000GT stealth, is a 1993 model but the engine is from mitsubishi. i had a problem about 2 months ago with the slave cylinder and i think i mess up the clutch which it got replace, well now i have to put clutch fluid more often than usual, i check the interior or the car where the clutch pedal is and it looks like is leaking oil from the inside and not from the outside. I am thinking that it might be the master cylinder. i want to make sure that is the right part that i need to replace so i don't make any mistakes. any suggestions?? or advices??
I got m+s tires and it cost $25 each ohh yeah it fly i love manual transmission its fast i my first time i think it was to much to fly at 125mph but i understood that is what a 2010 v8 truck will run and the 3000Gt/stealth 93' will and have to pass i wanted to rpm to the maximun but i thougth 155mph is too much i couldnt brake i had to used hand brake and pedal brake i was close to 160mph but i will never do it again or i will dissapear forever.
osvaldo, I think you are right. Looks like it is your clutch master cylinder that is leaking. It is connected to the clutch pedal via a push rod. If the seal is leaking, fluid will get through the firewall into the interior. It is not a bad job to replacing it and should go pretty quick. You can download the 3000GT manual (identical to the Dodge Stealth) from here Hope this helps, good luck.