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They will not usually leak externally.The seals get worn,and they bypass internally.causing the low pedal.If they do leak,it's usually at the back of the master,which would be visible under the dash at the clutch pedal push rod.They will also suck air in here too.
You may be able to bleed,and get some of the pedal back,but it usually goes away again real quick.You may get lucky,maybe they got air into it when they changed the clutch,and didn't bleed properly.
I just checked on the part(s),and you are correct.They are available separatly.Most of them are now serviced as one complete unit,but this one isn't.
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