How to Replace a Master Clutch Cylinder?

Answer The master clutch cylinder is part of the hydraulic clutch system in your vehicle. Older clutch systems used a cable actuator to engage and disengage the clutch mechanism. Newer vehicles use a hydr... Read More »

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How to Replace the Clutch Master Cylinder in a Saturn SC2?

The SC2 is the coupe version in Saturn's S-series of cars built between 1991 and 2002. The SC2 was built between 1997 and 2002 and featured a 1.9-liter, four-cylinder engine with either a single ov... Read More »

How to Replace the Master Cylinder on a Supra Clutch?

The clutch master cylinder on a Toyota Supra controls the hydraulic fluid for the clutch system. Unlike many cable-driven systems, the Supra uses clutch fluid to operate the clutch. The fluid is es... Read More »

Procedures on How to Replace a Clutch Master Cylinder?

Most modern cars have a hydraulic clutch with a master cylinder. It works almost exactly the same as a brake master cylinder. When the clutch is depressed, it pressurizes a small line that runs dow... Read More »

How to Replace the Master Cylinder Clutch for a 92 Honda Accord?

The clutch master cylinder is a vital component to the clutch operation on your Honda Accord. If your car is no longer shifting the way it should or if the clutch pedal starts to feel soft even tho... Read More »