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Clutch release cylinder

Wondering if anyone has replaced the clutch release cylinder and and might have some tips or advise. thanks mark m

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  • uflyibuy Jun 11, 2008

    sorry didnt mention that the vehicle is a 91 trooper 4wd 4cly



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Just remove the brake line from the cylinder before you unbolt the the slave. just reinstall and bleed as if it were a brake system . if you have a problem bleeding let me know i has a small trick that will help, but if you bleed it normaly i would do it this trick my cost you to make a tool.

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When you press the clutch pedal the release/throwout bearing presses against the centre of the clutch pressure plate. This causes the metal 'fingers' -the springs- on the pressure plate to flex and release pressure on the driven plate - momentarily disconnecting the drive from engine to gearbox.

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as it used to be called
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If you look around the transaxle, you should be able
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