Clutch slave cylinder
b.benz at charter.net
Sun Jun 8 19:15:07 PDT 2008
I would take both slave cylinders off their respective trannies,
disassemble, clean and inspect both. Assemble one with the best parts
form the two, including the good boot. Flush brake and clutch fluid
therafter at least biennially. No more problem.
On Jun 8, 2008, at 5:57 PM, John S. Lagnese wrote:
> While changing my transmission in my 91 200 TQ 20V, I somehow(read
> made a hole in the rubber cover on the clutch slave cylinder.
> Should that be
> leaking there? It is. I do have the slave cylinder from the
> transmission. What would be my best option? How difficult is
> bleeding this?
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