This is for a 2016 Hyundai Veloster Turbo with 6 speed manual and close to 70K miles.
As of two weeks ago I noticed the clutch pedal getting soft to the point of making shifts very difficult until you pump it. This usually happens after cruising at 70 MPH or higher for 10-20 minutes. So I guess it has to have something with the fluid getting warm.
For this car, the slave is in the transmission housing. Brake and clutch fluid reservoirs are shared.
I bled the system and it felt better for a week, but it might had been due to the car cooling down too. I am not loosing any fluid, nor is there a visible leak.
Hyundai dealer could not reproduce the problem after driving it around, I assume to run errands for 20 miles.
Neither Hyundai nor the dealers would tell me if this is covered under the 100 K mile warranty. They have to take it out to tell me, but their labor rate is $175/hr.
I guess my question is about the proper bleeding of the system. The bleeding valve is before the transmission housing and before the slave cylinder, so when I bleed the clutch, is any fluid from the slave cylinder being refreshed?
The clutch itself seems solid, no slipping/etc.
Not sure if anyone has experience with the Hyundai warranty on these parts.
Any other suggestion is also welcome, as it seems like I either have to pay someone to change both cylinders or make a reservation for a tow truck pretty soon.