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Clutch slave cylinder

Is the slave cylinder external or internal

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Replace clutch slave cylinder


more information required as to make and model and year as cars now have an external slave cylinder and an internal slave cylinder that requires the gear box removal to fix.

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I just replaced my master clutch cylinderin my 2008 lancer a week ago,paid 400. Now they're saying its the slave cylinder and they have to pull the transmission out and get deep into it and...


You could have either an internal [concentric] clutch slave cylinder or an external slave cylinder depending on which transmission Mitsubishi used for your car. The problem is that automobile manufacturers all source parts from wherever they can and from each other.
The video shows an external and easy [relatively inexpensive to replace slave cylinder. An external slave cylinder shouldn't cost more than $40 in parts and less than one hour of labor to replace. A look under your car may save you lots of money. Also look for a reliable independent repair shop rather than the dealer to save money.
Then there is the centric slave cylinder that fits around the transmission input shaft [requiring transmission removal to replace].
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There's a problem with your clutch hydraulic system, either the clutch master cylinder or the slave cylinder. See if the reservoir is full (takes brake fluid), and if very low, may have a leak and should be bled down at the slave cylinder. And check for external leaks, as that is likely the cause of brake fade. If no external leaks, and filling the reservoir did not help, then either the master or the slave has a seal that is not holding pressure, but leaking internally.
I don't know if there is any way to test to see which is bad, so you might try a new or used slave cylinder first, it's cheaper than the master.

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okay, lets hope the clutch slave is installed correctly, is this slave internal or external. in other words can the clutch slave(the part that pushes clutch fork) be replaced with out pulling the transmission?
what year,make and model is this car? did you open the clutch line? how did you bleed the clutch?

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How do i tell if my 1995 slave cylinder is internal or external


slave cylinder is at wheels or brakes most are internal meaning you have to remove brake drum to access them .slave cylinder on clutch usuall external

Feb 14, 2011 | 1995 Chevrolet Cavalier

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Is the clutch slave cylinder internal or external of transmission?


external if it's like my 1979 Honda. Internal if like the following information:
Slave Cylinder on 1999 Chevrolet Cavalier
REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Detach the master cylinder assembly from the actuator cylinder by disconnecting the hydraulic line.
  3. Remove the transaxle assembly, as outlined earlier in this section.
  4. Remove the clutch actuator cylinder from the transaxle. Fig. 1: Clutch actuator cylinder assembly mounting 91147g02.gif
    To install:
  5. Lubricate the inside diameter of the bearing with clutch bearing lubricant GM part no. 12345777 or equivalent.
  6. Install the actuator cylinder in the transaxle, then install the transaxle assembly.
  7. Connect the master cylinder-to-actuator hydraulic line.
  8. Bleed the hydraulic system, as outlined later in this section.
  9. If removed, install the air intake duct.
  10. Connect the negative battery cable.
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No fluid in clutch resevoir


If you have an internal slave cylinder check it for leaks or if an external slave cylinder check it for leaks. Check the back side of the master cylinder where it attaches to the firewall and see if the seals are leaking. If so replace the master or rebuild it. Same with the slave cylinder.

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Do i have to remove the transmission to change the slave cylinder


YES U DO THE SLAVE CYLINDER IS ATTACHED TO THE CLUTCH RELEASE BEARING.

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Slave cylinder or clutch? or both?


it internal and pretty much alot of work. You have to pull the transmission out

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