Re: Clutch out....
They almost always fail slowly. If it just quit working instantaneously I would lean towards the rod having popped off. The other two posibilities you already mentioned being the slave or master. I would check the rod out then the master/slave and go from there. Ask questions as to whether or not there was a loud banging sound indicating the dual mass seperated at speed. If not then I would say that it is one of the three above mentioned possibilities.
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