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Slave cylinder gone

Slave cylinder is gone. How tough is this to replace?

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  • rogstar69 Feb 01, 2009

    No it has a hydraulic clutch. Need to replace the cylinder.

  • rogstar69 Feb 01, 2009

    Thanks. I was afraid of that.

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Do you mean the Brake Master Cylinder????

Posted on Jan 31, 2009

  • Travis Humphries
    Travis Humphries Feb 01, 2009

    It is not that Hard to Replace But, You will need to Bleed the Clutch. That is always the Big Problem on these. They are Really hard to Bleed Correctly without the Bleeder Tools. You might want to get it done or you might be back here asking how to get it Bled Properly. I have never been able to get one Done in a Driveway. Please Rate My Response! Thanks!

  • Travis Humphries
    Travis Humphries Feb 01, 2009

    No Problem

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