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Clutch secondary cylinder failure

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Hi guys,

About two months ago my clutch pedal on my 2015 370Z fell to the floor and wouldn't return to it's natural position, lucky for me I had the extended warranty and it was covered. They said it was the clutch secondary cylinder, replaced it and off I went. Except it's just happened again. Has anyone else had this issue? I've seen a few posts online about the 350Z and 09-13 370Z's having this problem but not 2015 onward. I don't thrash or track my car, it's just a daily driver, and I'm not super keen to have my car off the road for another three weeks while they troubleshoot very, very slowly.

If anyone has had this issue and has a fix I'd be incredibly thankful,

Cheers.

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Common fault that affects all year 370z’s and hr 350’s.  General consensus is the stock slave cylinder is crap and is highly recommended to fit an uprated item (z1 motorsports or conceptz performance sell them). Stock item can last 1000km or 100000km it’s very random but when they do fail it is recommended to replace the master cylinder as well as the slave cylinder and to use brake /clutch fluid that Nissan put in the Gtr.

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