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post #6 of (permalink) Old 25-01-2015, 16:16
weldted
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Clutch slip

Hi if it's hydraulic operated, failure of the master or slave cylinder is likely to cause problems disengaging the clutch rather than it slipping. You could check the vent in the cap on the master cylinder to make sure there is no pressure build up but I would think it unlikely to be the cause. Remember a Motorhome spends its life fully or (overloaded) so the clutch has to work hard. You don't say how long you have had the van or how many miles it has done.
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