Question about 2003 Hyundai Tiburon
Thanks for using FixYa. There is a little part located in your clutch slave cylinder called a "delay valve". The part has a small hole in it, and a spring. The clutch slave cylinder in and of itself is pretty simple. Don’t confuse it with the clutch MASTER cylinder located on the cars firewall. Just remove the slave cylinder, unbolt the side with the hose on it, and you should see it, (the valve) and a small spring.
Once these are out, and you have properly installed and done an air bleed of the slave prepare to be amazed. The clutch will now work fine.
Caution.. If you have replaced your clutch, or have a badly worn clutch, this mod will save your existing clutch, but if it’s already so bad that most of the clutch friction material, or the flywheel has been overheated bad enough to cause judder, you will still need to replace the clutch and possibly the flywheel.
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Posted on Oct 04, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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