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996T pentison leak near slave

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Hello everyone. Came on to here to see what you guys think of the situation I have going on.


I have read that if I have fluid migration to the front that means I need a new slave...

And if I have a stiff clutch pedal I need accumulator...


Now my problem is I have non of the problems but I have a leak from where the clutch slave/accumulator is located.


The only area I see and feel has a leak is the high pressure supply line from the hydraulic pump.


Fluid level in frunk is within spec with now dampnes and in the back it's below the low level on cold/hot. Makes sense as I have had a big leak.. car has been parked for 6months now.


Everything feels perfect as far as clutch engagement goes and pedal feel.


Car does have newer accumulator as it's 27mm. Not sure about the slave..


I was thinking of taking the accumulator off and working on the supply line.


Do you guys suggest anything else I should do or anywhere else to inspect?






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Did you tried to tighten this line, may be it is loose....But, unfortunately I had this problem also. I have found the flare on this line damaged. I had to replace the line... Was not expensive but was difficult to replace....Part# 996-314-288-05, $14.01...

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