A part of the clutch system. Could include either the master cylinder or the slave cylinder.

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Jeep JK Clutch vs Slave Cylinder

I have two different opinions on whether a clutch should be replaced when a slave cylinder fails: It WILL coat the clutch plate and will wear the clutch plate. The clutch plate MUST be replaced. ...
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Clutch issue in 1995 Mazda Miata

My clutch pedal had absolutely no pressure unless I would pump it, but that wouldn't do much. It finally gave out so I changed the master cylinder next to the break cylinder with one that I know works ...
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How to bleed Toyota Tacoma clutch system?

Vehicle: 2007 Toyota Tacoma 4WD v6 6 speed I found this tutorial on pre-bleeding but it is generic (not vehicle specific) and I think there are differences between the cylinder it uses and Tacoma's, ...
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New clutch master cylinder not filling with fluid after replacement

Vehicle: 2007 Toyota Tacoma 4WD v6 6 speed I installed a new master cylinder (the truck is at about 120K mi) but when I reconnected all the plumbing, it seems like it is not filling with fluid. The ...
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How to avoid having air bubbles in clutch line after cylinder replacement?

I am in the process of replacing the clutch master cylinder on my 2007 v6 Tacoma. When I detached the old one, I tried to minimize the leakage of the brake fluid. Once I put the new part in and add ...
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What would cause a clutch master cylinder to go bad?

I have a 1980 Honda Prelude and have only driven it a few hundred miles per year for the 10 years I've owned it. Redid the clutch when I got it, with new cylinders and everything. Last week I got in ...
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Vaxhall Astra H clutch problem

A couple of months ago I noticed some problems starting with the clutch; the pedal became extremely spongy and the biting point was right down at the bottom, expecially on cold starts first thing in ...
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Why are gears still grinding after replacing transmission, clutch, and hydraulic cylinders?

Cavaliers are known for transmissions going bad, and my Cavalier's transmission was making a horrible grinding noise going into fifth. Double clutching seemed to be working until it started grinding ...
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Scooter clutch plate gets damaged/burn't for a short time

I have an Indian Scooter (Bajaj Chetak) which was bought 15 years ago. For the last few days, the scooter has been witnessing lot of problems. 1. The clutch plate gets damaged and burn't - It ...
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Plastic push rod snapped on my 95 F150

I'm a new to truck owner and have very little experience with maintanance etc. Today I pushed my clutch in and it sprung all the way to the bottom of the foot bed. When I stuck my head underneath I ...
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How to fix a sticky / squeaky clutch pedal

The clutch pedal in my 2001 Honda S2000 (applies to other cars as well) is very sticky and sometimes squeaky, how do I fix it?
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Should a clutch slave cylinder be honed with a crosshatch pattern like an engine cylinder?

I'm going to be rebuilding my clutch slave cylinder (new spring and piston). The fellow at the parts counter mentioned that I should use the finest possible hone when cleaning up the inside. I looked ...