Clutch slave cylinder .... #$@!
Dry Ridge Design
dryridgedesign at home.com
Wed Mar 14 16:23:56 EST 2001
The roll pin came out nicely using the 3/8" (5mm) punch reccomended by
another lister on my 85 4Ksq. I would think it would be the same size
needed as yours. Just a normal flat tipped punch.
Had a friend hold the punch and I tapped from below (a little easier to get
to it w/ hammer) It slid right out and fell onto the ground next to me.
The Audi gods must be overstocked with slave cylinders in their warehouse...
82 Diesel Vdub Westy
on 3/14/01 2:37 PM, . . at ikke_000 at hotmail.com wrote:
> I am as we speak trying to replace my clutch slave cylinder... which seems
> easy enough to me to do. BUT, how do I remove the roll pin after removing
> the retaining pin. From the way the clip looks I presume the roll pin needs
> to be moved towards the right, seen from above, facing to the rear of the
> car (= same way as bleeding screw and pressure hose point and the same way
> the retaining clip comes out).
> I am working from above and can hardly reach the left side of the clutch
> housing, I've tried pushing it out with a screwdriver and about ten other
> tools but alas, no movement.... There's absolutely no way (space) I can
> apply more force with he help of e.g. a hammer. Getting really frustrated
> over such a totally basic thing now so I'm hoping somebody can help...
> Many thanks,
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