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The TD4's have a seperate Master cylinder with quick release coupling and ConCentric Slave. Is there any signs of fluid leak around the bellhousing? Try topping up the master cylinder and then bleed the system in reverse by attaching a syringe to the remote bleed nipple on the slave and drawing the fluid out (making sure that the reservoir never runs dry), this is the best way to bleed the system

If that doesn't work, then try replacing the master cylinder, they're about 70-100 quid

If that doesn't work then it's the Concentric slave and it's a gearbox off job, best to replace the Pressure plate, friction plate and CCS all at the same time, but it's gonna be expensive........

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