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This is a discussion on clutch within the Manual Transmission forums, part of the Drivetrain category; fuild gone refilled now when its cold will not go in gear untill at norm op. temp help plz 04 ...

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    Junior Member gagoat's Avatar
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    torrid red
    04 gto


    fuild gone refilled now when its cold will not go in gear untill at norm op. temp
    help plz 04 stick

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    The Bandit Wesman's Avatar
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    Apr 2006

    1998 Trans Am WS6

    What do you mean "fluid gone"??

    If your clutch fluid is low or empty, that means it has a leak, and refilling it is not the solution. You need to find the leak, repair it, and then bleed the clutch with new fluid.
    1998 Trans Am WS6 SGM
    Lid, Pro 5.0, WS6 Short Stick, LS7 Clutch, TB Bypass, Detroit TrueTrac, Poly Mounts, Bilstein Shocks, LS6 Intake, SFCs, CTS-V Brake Upgrade, STB, Nitto 555's. SS Longtube Headers and True Duals w/ H pipe and Magnaflows. Tuned by Harris Speed Works. 341.4WHP/346.1 lb/ft.

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    Newnan, GA

    Cosmos Purple
    2004 Pontiac GTO

    Your slave cylinder is leaking slick.... just like mine does. Mine only does it when it sits outside in the cold... If i keep it in the garage over night, its fine... crazy huh.

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