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Replace clutch slave cylinder S10 89 2.5 standard

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I would not replace clutch slave, take my advice and replace the master and slave unit. Though for the moment this is more expensive, unless you have a perfect master cylinder, the new slave cylinder will destroy it in a hurry. It is cheaper to buy them together rather than separate.

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