The clutch hydraulic system is rarely ever to blame for slipping since its manually used in the pressure state where as its pushing on the pressure plate to disable the clutch. The shirt distance has no bearing though driving style plays a giant role in clutch wear, also engine oil or transmission oil leaks into the bell housing can cause this. Next step is removing the transmission to check the flywheel, clutch, and pressure plate.
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