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Losing the slave cylinder shouldn't have anything to do with slipping the clutch unless it stuck itself in the middle somewhere. Which is highly unlikely because it takes quite a bit of force to move the clutch fork. If your clutch stopped functioning I assume you mean it doesn't engauge (let you shift gears and stop without killing the engine) I would check all the clutch lines and the master and slave cylinder for leaking and faulty parts.
 

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700 bucks to fix the master cylinder and the power steering.....


I think I replaced my whole system (MC and SC) besides the lines for under 75...
 
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