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 2002 Civic Slave Cylinder Bleeding Process?

Answer The 2002 Honda Civic comes with a 1.7-liter four-cylinder engine and a manual transmission (if equipped). The clutch system on the 2002 Honda Civic is fully hydraulic, which means it has a clutch m... Read More »
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A Master Cylinder Vs. a Slave Cylinder?

The master and slave cylinder relationship is about what you'd expect from the names; a master tells the slave to push or pull out, and the slave does what it's told. All hydraulic systems work on ... Read More »
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What Is a Slave Cylinder?

Slave cylinders are vitally important parts of hydraulic and pneumatic actuation and control systems. They are used in every industry and field of human endeavor including industrial, domestic, tra... Read More »
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How to Change the Slave Cylinder on 2.8 S-10?

The Chevrolet S-10 with a 2.8L V6 engine with manual transmission uses a hydraulic clutch with a master cylinder on the firewall connected to the clutch pedal, and a slave cylinder at the bell hous... Read More »
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Symptoms of a Bad Slave Cylinder?

A vehicle's slave cylinder -- part of the hydraulic clutch system located on the outside or inside of the transmission -- is a device which aids in clutch disengagement. When a clutch pedal is pres... Read More »
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