Join Date: Jan 2012
Location: Korinthos, Greece
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Since it was already near low level, perhaps, when you remove the clutch's pressure plate, the slave cylinder's piston expanded a bit more and the master cylinder sucked an air bubble in.
Although the proper handling would be to bleed the system thoroughly, you could try this as a quick fix.
Open the master's container, remove the slave from the engine and slowly push the piston all the way in.
Mount the slave back on the engine again, fill the master's container to the correct level and try it out.
Last edited by MakisRC51; 02-08-2014 at 12:46 PM.