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      01-02-2013, 07:28 PM   #1
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Bringing car in for brake fluid flush, will they work on the clutch as well?

I've noticed that my clutch is a little "spongy" lately, but I think it could be from the clutch stop (softer padded material compared to the hard plastic from OEM). I was quoted $90 for a brake fluid flush, does that sound like a reasonable price?
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that is what i paid as well. Both at the shop i took it to and another indy wanted 90 and 100. The dealer wanted 130.
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that is what i paid as well. Both at the shop i took it to and another indy wanted 90 and 100. The dealer wanted 130.
did they work on the clutch as well?
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did they work on the clutch as well?
No as i have an auto.
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I doubt that any place will bleed your clutch unless you specifically ask for it. Which is also reason to believe that a shop could charge you separately for it, on top of the brake service. With that said I would think that a reasonable independent shop may just take care of your concern as it really is not a complicated task.
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