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I was sitting at a stop light in my '88 900 Turbo and I had the car in 1st gear with the clutch in. All of the sudden the car jerks forward and stalls like a let off the clutch real quick. Then when I went to start the car and put in back in gear the clutch was completely loose. I checked under the hood and the hose that connects to the clutch cylinder was completely off. I reconnected the hose and still have no pressure to my clutch pedal. Do you think I just need to bleed the system or did something else go wrong? When I have the hose disconnected and pump the clutch pedal real hard fluid will still squirt out of the hose a little bit. All help will be very much appreciated.

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-Pat
 

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Are your brakes affected at all? Perhaps you've gotten air in it? Try bleeding it really well and see what happens.
 

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Bleed the system, replace the hose, make sure to put more fluid inside...

Plus not good idea to sit at stoplights with your clutch in. I always put neutral and release the clutch, then put into 1st when the other light goes yellow.
 
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