And for my second new-to-me BJ74 situation, looks like the clutch booster might be toast. I think it's kinda dumb, and honestly I didn't even know these things had a clutch booster until things started going south and I looked into it. Currently my engine doesn't want to shut off, which is fun. My wife is gonna love that one when she finds out. I have a master rebuild kit and a booster seal on the way to see if it'll help, but after playing around with it I think the offending seal is on the pedal side, which blows. Anyone have a solution for eliminating this thing and just running a standard master? What can be done about engine shutoff that doesn't involve something ghetto fabulous like a string or something on the shut down solenoid? I bought this vehicle to stay classy.... I did test the solenoid, I can pull the line coming off of the firewall and plug it with my thumb with the key off and the engine shuts down.