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2003 Hyundai Accent clutch slave cylinder problem

I am changing the clutch slave cylinder on a 2003 Hyundai Accent and a small spring with a small cap with a hole in it, came out of either the bolt with a hole in it that attaches the line from the master cylinder. Or out of the body of the slave cylinder. My question is which way does the cap point?

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  • silver top May 11, 2010

    this spring and cap is located in the banjo securing bolt that secures the hydraulic line to slave cylinder also inside the slave cyl is a larger spring which fits behind the piston and seal usual fitment on auto/hydrostatic adjustment cyls

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Dear friend-the spring and valve came from the back where the bolt goes in . it is a compensating valve.you put it back valve first then spring or you can leave it out.it makes no differense

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