If when you are stopped for a light, the brake pedal just slowly goes down, it is time to replace the m/cylinder.Or if it is leaking.
i was told it is the anti lock brake system And you were told wright.
Look for leaking fluid at the slave or master cylinder.
The fluid for the clutch comes from the brake fluid. After the brake master cylinder, there is a clutch master cylinder which takes fluid from the brakes. Fill up the Brake master cylinder.
The drivers side is the odd side, #1 is in front.
yes start at the tire that is furthest away from the master cylinder usely the passenger rear then the drivers rear then the passenger front then the drivers front
At the master cylinder brake fluid reservoir located driver's side next to the firewall on top of the master cylinder. Use DOT 3 fluid.
Does your car have the 4 cylinder engine or the V6?
cylinder? key? switch? fuse? module? what are you talking bout?
No it will not. V-8 is different then a 4 and 6 cylinder engine.
will be attached to the brake pedal where the master cylinder rod is
its between the master cylinder and the drivers side fender on the firewall
any small blaock two wheel drive Chevy trans, but the linkage may have to be engineered!
That car was offered with a 4 and 6 cylinder engine.
how do you set timing on 88 s10 2.5? ?
Should be on firewall next to master cylinder
You will need to remove the transmission to replace the clutch slave.
you need to take off the master cylinder and the accumulator and replace it with a master cylinder from a non antilock vehicle like a thunderbird or cougar from about 1985 to 1988.
you must remove the clutch slave cylinder and line. Then unbolt the starser and install the new one
It will be on the back side of the engine where the distributor used to be on older engines.
in mine i have a 5 speed manual but mine is a 4 cylinder if you have the v6 it will have a automatic
Remove the water supply hose from your 1988 Chevy Cavalier thermostat housing. Remove the thermostat housing bolts. Lift the old thermostat out and drop in the new thermostat.
No, the 1990 RM cylinder doesn't fit the 1988 cylinder. The 1988 cylinder is the only year that'll fit on a 1988 motor. This was the first year Suzuki did that. It actually sucks because I have a 1988 RM 125 I've been trying to get a cylinder for. And the 1988 cylinder is the only match. Nothing else would fit.
Seems like your master cylinder is bad!
The firing order on the 2.5L 4 cylinder engine is: 1 3 4 2