Clutch Slave Cylinders

The clutch slave cylinder is connected to the clutch master cylinder. In some cases, the slave cylinder is located inside the transmission so you need to open the transmission case to gain access to the slave cylinder. The main job of the clutch slave cylinder is to receive hydraulic pressure from the master cylinder to disengage the clutch. This will allow you to shift gears as you drive. The main symptoms of a bad or failing clutch master cylinder can be manifested by a spongy clutch pedal, contaminated brake fluid, fluid leaks, or the inability to shift gears even when the clutch pedal is pressed. If you need to replace the clutch slave cylinders, you should also consider replacing the clutch master cylinder.

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