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So I installed an adjustable clutch rod with a new master cylinder and a SS clutch line. When I got done bleeding I noticed there was a leak under the master cylinder. Its coming from where the hard line goes into the master cylinder.
It's seeping out of where the clip goes. I didn't have to loosen anything to remove the old one besides the clip.
I have no idea how to go about it.
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Probably an Oring down there maybe. None the less you will have to take it apart to repair or investigate.
 

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Would it be the o ring on the hard line? Would you happen to know the part number?
 

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I have no idea. You need to take it apart if tightening it does not stop the leak.
 

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Alright well hopefully I can figure it out if not I'll just have to take it somewhere
 

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So I called a dealer and there is no part number for just the O-ring and I would have to buy a brand new hardline just to get the O-ring. 😩
 

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I don't know if it even has an oring. Maybe a teflon seal or something. Have you tried to tighten it? Is it cross threaded? Is it where it screws/clips into the clutch master cylinder?
 

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So I cut the master cylinder in half since it was messed up anyway. Here are some of the pictures I got, also the O-ring for the hard line fitting to master clutch cylinder discharge outlet was cut .




I saw this on another thread. You can see the small O-ring on the fitting.

I tried tightening but it wouldn't really budge but I didn't have to loosen it to get the old MC off. I'd have to take the ecu out again to really get in there. It's literally just held on with a little c clip.
 

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Blue arrow is where the leak is. It isn't leaking where the red arrow is.
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