Symptoms of a Bad Clutch Fluid Line

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If the clutch fluid line in your car has gone bad, you'll be able to tell by watching out for a few particular things. Learn about symptoms of a bad clutch fluid line with help from an expert in the automotive industry in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Bob Holcomb from Apex Automotive in Great Barrington, Massachusetts. Today, we're going to talk about symptoms of a bad clutch fluid line. The clutch fluid is the same as your brake fluid, hydraulic fluid. On this particular car, the clutch fluid is in with the brake fluid. One of the symptoms would be that your brake fluid or clutch fluid is getting low regularly. Another symptom would be that your clutch pedal just doesn't feel right or if you push your clutch pedal to the floor and the car wants to lurch forward while your pedal doesn't seem to keep the clutch disengaged, it will be a symptom that the align is leaking. If the fluid leaks out of the system, the clutch will engage and your car won't move. So, a couple of main systems to tell if your clutch fluid line is leaking is a. the fluid is getting lower, b. the pedal doesn't seem to keep the clutch disengaged or c. we physically look at the line itself to see if we can see fluid coming out of it. These are a couple of symptoms to see if your clutch fluid line is leaking. I'm Bob Holcomb from Apex Automotive in Great Barrington, Massachusetts.

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