particles in the master, dirt, taking out the seals? If it bolts up and works for a while the difference in years should have no affect on it. Bad rubber hose if it has one, flaking off on the inside?
If you did not bench bleed the master, you need to do that.
i do not exactly understand the question. there usually are not problems associated with bleeding the slave cylinder on a 240sx transmission, but i will explain how to do it. locate the slave cylinder on your 240sx under the car on the passenger side of the 240sx. you will need a 10mm open-end wrench to loosen the nut on the slave cylinder. loosen it enough that it spins freely, you do not want to loosen it so much that it comes off. you will need a second person inside the car to pump the clutch. loosen the nut on the slave cylinder, have the person inside the car push in the clutch pedal and hold it down, then tighten the nut on the slave cylinder. repeat this process until there is a steady stream of fluid shooting out of the slave cylinder. then you will need to replace the lost fluid with DOT3 brake fluid in the clutch fluid reservoir under the hood, which is to the top back right of the engine bay.
slave cylinder or the line going to it
The same way you bleed brakes, but use the little bleeder valve on the slave cylinder. The same way you bleed brakes, but use the little bleeder valve on the slave cylinder.
If we are talking about a clutch slave cylinder for a standard transmission, yes it could.
clutch slave cylinder.
By going to a garage
You must bleed the clutch dampener before bleeding the slave cylinder its that weird curvey steel hose before the slave unter the passangers feet. look arount the side of the dampner for the bleed screw
The slave cylinder is located on the driver side of your bell housing going to your motor. Its a cylinder about the size of a roll of quarters.. maybe a little bigger.
The slave cylinder has failed and will need replaced.
Adjustments is behind top of the clutch pedal. Clutch spring should be under the car on the transmission closest to the motor block, next to the slave cylinder.
I would suspect that the clutch slave cylinder is bad. Follow the line down from where you added fluid to find the slave cylinder. After replacing the slave unit you will need to bleed the system then it will work fine again. Mark
clamp the line to the slave cylinder and mash the clutch pedal. if the pedal gets hard to push,the slave is bad. if the clutch pedal goes down slowly with moderate pressure,the master cyl is bad clamp the line going to the slave cylinder. meant to say that in the previous answer
A faulty slave cylinder will not cause your clutch to slip. The slave cylinder is made up of a housing and a rod. The rod pushes the throwout lever against the throwout bearing, that push the teeth on the clutch housing causing the clutch to disengage and you are allowed to shift the gears. When a slave cylinder fails it makes it difficult for you to shift gears. When it completely fails you will not be able to change gears at all for the most part. I sincerely hope this helps you. www.subarushirt.com The only exception would be if the slave cylinder managed to leak fluid onto the clutch disc.
Remember, keep the master cylinder full so you don't suck air into the slave cylinder. Then you put the fluid in the slave cylinder.
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It has to be on the slave cylinder, not sure that was your question.
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The slave cylinder for a hydraulic clutch is located inside the manual transmission bellhousing
slave cylander for what? slave cylander for what?
The slave cylinder function operates from hydraulic pressure received from the master cylinder when applied. In automotive hydraulics the slave cylinder can operate such functions as the brakes, clutch or any hydraulic operation.
The slave cylinder on a 1988 Ranger can not be repaired. The cylinder will have to be replaced, then the system bled.
it transmits the action from a master cylinder