Removing 4kq clutch slave
Stephane.Livolsi at investorsgroup.com
Wed Oct 23 17:48:10 EDT 2002
Heat might help. I just did my 5ktq which I assume is similar and I just
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> Hello there (again)...
> I'm changing the clutch slave cylinder on my 4kq as a preventative measure
> (the engine is out, BTW) and am having some trouble. I removed the clip
> and even soaked it in some penetrating oil, then pounded on it some with a
> drift and a hammer... no dice.
> Any ideas or things to try? I imagine the slave is just frozen or
> corroded into its bore in the bell housing. It looks to be the original
> unit and has probably never left its cozy spot there beneath the rack.
> Thanks in advance....
> Elliott Bavely
> 86 4000CSQ
> 83 CGT
> 88 80 Fwd
> 83 GTI FSP
> 83 GTI 16V
> 90 VW Cabriolet
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