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Master cylinder, no. That´s a brake part. Slave cylinder maybe. That´s what acts as the reservoir for the clutch hydraulic fluid.

In my experiences driving manual though, you are describing the good old burnt clutch. Get a good tranny shop or a good Ford dealer (not Crappy Tire) and have them put on a good brand clutch. Ram, Centerforce, Zoom and the original Ford ones all come time mind. Should be able to replace for about $600 (200 parts + whatever labour).

In all my years I´ve driving, I´ve replaced two, both from too many smokey burnouts with my other red beast, my 1984 Mustang GT (5.0 5-speed). You want to smell burnt clutch?Try a 3000 rpm clutch dump in the middle of July on sticky tires!


Hope this helps,

Ryan
 
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