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Thats not bad for a slave cylinder. Doubt that includes the labour though!

My old Uno had hydraulic clutch, but when the seal in the master (pedal box) started to leak I would be sitting at a junction/roundabout, in 1st, clutch in - and the fluid would seep back past the seal as the clutch release spring was pushing the slave cylinder back in. Result - clutch pedal stays fully down, starts to bite, then you shoot forward. As it was a smooth action you didn't stall - you just took off into the middle of the junction! Then the clutch pedal would stay down - it wouldn't come back up for ages, meaning the car is stuck in 1st gear when you need to stop it! eek! laughing
 
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