Clutch Slave Cylinder
Clutch Slave Cylinder Removal
Alternator Outer Cover (see Electrical System chapter)
Banjo Bolt [A]
Clutch Slave Cylinder Bolts [B]
Slave Cylinder [C]
Immediately wash away any clutch fluid that spills.
It may damage painted surfaces.
Perform the following if the clutch slave cylinder is to be
removed but not disassembled.
If the clutch slave cylinder is removed and left
alone, the piston will be pushed out by spring force
and the clutch fluid will drain out.
Remove the clutch slave cylinder with the pipe installed.
Push [A] the piston into the cylinder as far as it will go.
Apply the clutch lever [A] slowly and hold it with a band
Holding the clutch lever keeps the piston from coming
Clutch Slave Cylinder Installation
Apply molybdenum disulfide grease to the flat end [A] of
the push rod [B].
Install the push rod so that the flat end faces in.
Cup Point [C]
Replace the spacer [D] of the clutch slave cylinder with a
Install the spacer so that the stepped side [E] faces out-
Apply a non-permanent locking agent to the threads of
the clutch slave cylinder bolts [F].
Finger tighten the clutch slave cylinder bolts.
Remove the band from the clutch lever and release the