Re: Help on Clutch Bite point changing
In a similar thread, thi sis roughly what i wrote.
The clucth fluid runs from the same reservoir as the brake fluid, but the feed is higher so if the clutch leaks, brakes should still work.
Now brake fluid should be changed every so often because its (excuse me if i spell it wrong) hygroscopic i.e. it absorbs water. Now the master cylinder pushes the brake fluid (theoretically incompressible liquid) in order to puch the slave cylinder. The is no spring by the pedal, it is pressure in the fluid (and maybe a spring in the slave) that puch the pdeal back to position, hence a clutch pedal stuck to the floor if your slave leaks as badly as mine did.
Now if water gets in, it will be fine when cool, as it is also an incompressible liquid, but when it heats up, it turns to steam which is very compressible. You may not need to heat the engine much, heat from brakes could also cause this as they share the same fluid.
If you have steam in your system where fluid should be, that could cause your symptoms, so first thing I would check is changing the brake fluid.