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How do i get the slave cylinder line out of the transmissiom

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There is a plastic sleeve inside the fitting where the line goes into the slave, push it towards the slave and pull out the line... it may be missing, as was in my case...

Posted on Jan 13, 2011

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Clutch, slave , master cylinder and tranny new. bleeding system with no effect. no resistence at all.


Did you bench bleed the master cylinder? If you didn't, crack the line to the slave open at the master, work the clutch pedal until fluid comes out the line you cracked open. Now close and tighten the line, and it should bleed normally down at the slave cylinder.

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Where would clutch fluid be going if all lines ok and fluid disappearing from resovoir


the main leak will at the slave cylinder past the piston cup
if the slave cylinder is out side the bell housing the simply replace it with new one and bleed out the air
if the slave cylinder is inside the bell housing then unfortunately the gear box has to come out to fit the new slave cylinder

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How to pull slave clutch cylinder




  1. Remove the transaxle.




  2. Remove the hydraulic line from the slave cylinder.




  3. Remove the hydraulic line from the slave cylinder.



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Clutch pedal sticks coming back up when released quickly


You need to inspect the feed line if the return line is squezed or kinked in any place it will impede return and the cylinder will seem stuck. If the lines are servicable remove the cylinder and bench test and bleed. it might be a burr left in the cylinder. Also check travel of the pedal without the system in place. Finally When I replace one of these units I have to bleed it out of the vehicle with another person holding the slave cylinder because there is no bleed screw on the slave cylinder. If you removed the little brass screw you broke it. I find there is no way to get out all the air unless the slave cylinder is held verticle with consant pressure applied to the throw arm. Then when bled reinsert into vehicle.

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Clutch master cylinder low on fluid is it a sign off a bigger problem???


Only if it has a leak somewhere. Not that many places to check. Sometimes the master will leak, and you will have brake fluid below the clutch pedal.
A single steel line runs from master to the slave cylinder, down on the transmission bell housing. Check the line and the slave cylinder for leaks. If the slave is leaking, probably need a new one. And same for the master cylinder.
Fill the reservoir and check clutch operation. If any air got in the line to the slave, you will have to bleed the slave at the bleeder valve there. They are bled just like brakes, using the clutch pedal.

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1997 nissan altima 5 speed manual transmission will not shift, is it the clutch, master cylinder or slave cylinder?


first check to see if you have any fluid in the clutch master cylinder which is mounted by the firewall on l/h side of car. if fluid is inthere, follow the line/hose to the transmission. this line/hose goes to slave cylinder mounted somewhat on the front/top of trans with 2 bolts. that is the slave. have someone push the clutch as you are watching the slave cylinder for operation. it should move with clutch beeing pressed. if it doesnt move than you have a hydraulic issue/leaking master cylinder. if it moved nicely, tha i would be looking at the clutch.

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Clutch pedal goes to floor no preasure filled and bled slave cyl same result


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If you have bled the system, you are down to either having a bad clutch master cylinder, or a bad clutch slave cylinder. You could eliminate the slave cylinder by removing the line and capping it off, and if you have a firm pressure on the clutch pedal ( don;'t try to push it down, just check for pressure!) then your slave cylinder is bad. If you cap off the line, and bleed the system, and the pedal still has no pressure, then your clutch master cylinder is bad!

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I have a 91 nissan d21 and cnt find the slave cylinder or master slave cylinder?


The master is beside the brake master cylinder, between the brake cylinder and the fender. Follow the line down to the trans, it ends at the slave. Now that you know where they are... why do you want to know??

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!991 Jeep Wrangler clutch pedal loses pressure. I have to pump it to get enough pressure to shift. I keep it full of brake fluid. I can see no leaks. Thanks for any help.


leaky slave or master cylinder - if you have someone listen to the slave cylinder while you press the pedal is should "squelch" if there is air in there, if the slave cylinder doesn't make a squelching sound then the master cylinder or a hydraulic line between the two cylinders is leaking - slave cylinder isn't very expensive but the master cylinder can be rather pricey. and any good parts shop or motor-factor can source or make-up a new hydraulic line if it is the line itself that is leaking.

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