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Subaru imprezza: wrx 2002 gga 2.l turbo 5 speed wagon clutch

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wrx 2002 gga 2.l turbo 5 speed wagon clutch was working fine,and drove through some floodwater,and had to remove plugs airbox etc change oil n filter. got going then factory immobiliser failed. after auto electrician stripped immobiser and whatever other gliches out,they proceeded to take it for roadtest and the pedal went to floor and clutch hasn't engaged since.but is driveable without using pedal with no slippage.. so now I don't know if its slave or master or both or clutch kit have been told all by different people./????????????
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Australia Car
Expert:  Gary replied 1 year ago.
Hi there,Check the clutch fluid in the reservoir. If it is low level, inspect the slave cylinder for leakage.Inspect the back of the master cylinder where the pushrod connects to the clutch pedal.If you have a leak at either point, you have found the culprit.If no leak evident, and you still can't get a pedal, then either the master cylinder is internally bypassing (common) or the diaphragm has frozen, and the pull clutch throwout bearing clip has come out from the pressure plate, (uncommon, but can happen if the vehicle sat for a while after the water crossing).Hope this may help you.Gary

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