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Woooooo first day of driving...

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And i've broke my car... Clutch had just gone dead... nothing.. not disengaging at all.. and there is brake fluid leaking out of the bottom quite fast! HELP
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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
And i've broke my car...

Clutch had just gone dead... nothing.. not disengaging at all.. and there is brake fluid leaking out of the bottom quite fast! HELP
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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
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#1
Oh dear.... :s
#2
Panic! :p
#3
it could be as minor as a broken seal. just get it checked out RAC? AA?
banned#4
HELP


you may have to give a little more inof than that, i could send you a bowl
#5
are any of your mates car savvy?
#6
wolf359
it could be as minor as a broken seal. just get it checked out RAC? AA?


im hopin its just the spool thats broke or something minor than that... £70 and job done... PLEASe haha

ilovepink
are any of your mates car savvy?


Nope... It just passed its mot today... and now this!
#7
dean3988
Nope... It just passed its mot today... and now this!


Take it back to the garage and ask them to look at it.
banned#8
Clutch broken + fluid on floor = clutch fluid leak

NB: not brake fluid leak
banned#9
I am so glad I don't have to run a car anymore.

They are an expensive luxury.

Good luck with it.
#10
lumoruk
Clutch broken + fluid on floor = clutch fluid leak

NB: not brake fluid leak


Clutch fluid uses the same tank thing as the brakes...
#11
you passed?


strong car
banned#12
dean3988
Clutch fluid uses the same tank thing as the brakes...


really? that's crap should have got a VW separate reservoir tanks, though the PAS uses the same as the clutch
#13
What car is it?

Also I know it's just passed MOT etc, but was it you who got the MOT done, and when was it last driven?
#14
fiesta isnt it ? if you have fluid leaking out the bottom of the gearbox & you have no clutch, then its the clutch release bearing leaking as they are hydraulic (concentric slave cylinder), gearbox has to be removed to replace it, not going to be cheap im afraid !
#15
richp
fiesta isnt it ? if you have fluid leaking out the bottom of the gearbox & you have no clutch, then its the clutch release bearing leaking as they are hydraulic (concentric slave cylinder), gearbox has to be removed to replace it, not going to be cheap im afraid !


wooo!

My grandads coming round tommorow to have a look at it (ex mechanic)
#16
MunkiMadz
What car is it?

Also I know it's just passed MOT etc, but was it you who got the MOT done, and when was it last driven?


it was last driven back in june when i got it... apart from the moving up and down the drive haha... MOT was done by family member who is the manager of a citroen garage..
#17
loads of fords share a reservoir for clutch & brakes
#18
So....What was the problem then?
#19
Dean - Havent you just fixed your car?
#20
Clutch fluid leaking and lack of clutch suggest either a master or slave clutch cylinder has failed. Some cars are not too bad, a few hundred, but some need the gearbox removing, big job running into several more hundred pound.

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