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Old 01-23-2020, 04:19 PM   #15
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My pleasure! What are we replacing? I recommend not worrying about the slave cylinder unless it gets really soggy around the rubber dust cover over the end. I don't think that anything is wrong with it.

So I was gonna replace the slave cylinder
But if that might not be a problem should I bleed the clutch ?


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Also there is some gunk/residue on the slave cylinder


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Also there is some gunk/residue on the slave cylinder
Meh. Slave cylinder is cheap. Of course it will need bled if you open the system but it's really easy.
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Meh. Slave cylinder is cheap. Of course it will need bled if you open the system but it's really easy.


Hey so I changed my slave cylinder and bled my clutch and replaced it. everything is good. The only thing is when I press in the clutch and rev up my rpms there’s STILL a clunk sound from the front half of the car. Does anyone know what this could be


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No idea. Post a recording of the sound to youtube. Try to capture a decent example.
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It's grease from the slave cylinder piston and clutch fork. Clean the area and if it doesn't come back its grease. If it comes back your slave cylinder is leaking. I'd also recommenced re-greasing this pivot point with a higher temperature grease.
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