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I now replaced my clutch master cylinder and slave cylinder but still I am facing issues in gear shifting i.e when the clutch is fully floored only,I am able to shift gears.I am unable to shift gears when the clutch is half pressed or not fully pressed.Do I need to replace the clutch plate in this case?? Also,I would like to know if the brake and clutch both use the fluid from same reservoir or from respective master cylinders??

Please advise...

Thanks in advance, Debasish

  • Why were the cylinders replaced in the first place? – justinm410 Oct 17 '16 at 18:03
  • Because my clutch got floored in completely and did not come up while I was drving.....after 10 mins,it was working fine.Then again after driving 1 km,the clutch was too hard to press but after 45 mins,it again was normal. – Debasish Oct 18 '16 at 7:22
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  • Press the clutch all the way in when you shift, you're harming your transmission. Why have a clutch if you're not going to use it when shifting? Push it in all the way.

  • Don't replace the clutch plate, you almost certainly just have air in your clutch line. Rebleed carefully.

  • They do not share the same reservoir.

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