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Slave cylinder Where can I find a clutch slave cylinder? I have been searching for nearly a month and can't find anyone who carries it and most say they can't order it.

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I put that question into Google & there are a
dozen places you can get it online !!!!

Posted on Jul 22, 2013

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Thn the problem is the clutch master cylinder, it should build up pressure, ok try out this, remove the pipe which is going to the slave cylinder either from the clutch master cylinder or at the clutch slave cylinder and get someone to pump the pedal while you block the pipe and see if there is fluid thrown out with pressure.If there is pressure there thn fit back the pipe and refill the reserviour wth brake fluid and open the bleeding nipple at the slave cylinder let some fluid pour out and tighten it and thn pump the pedal and retry bleeding.
If there is no pressure at the pipe thn its the clutch master cylinder.
Hope this helps!

Posted on Dec 14, 2009

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SOURCE: Where can you bleed a clutch from on a 2003 rsx

If its a hydrulic cluch there will be a bleeder screw on the trans. follow the line from the resevor on the firewall to the trans. however I belive this car has a manul cluch that just uses a cable.I just noticed you cant find slave. now I know its a cable, push the cluch in and out and if u see anything moving near the trans its cable operated.

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