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Old 10-06-2013, 04:07 PM   #1
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SVT slave cylinder.

Well the slave cylinder went out on my SVT. No one around me has one so any recommendations on where to order from?
Also, might as well replace clutch while I'm at it.

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waraya - Cool to see someone from IAP on here, I've had lots of FIAT's and one GTV6 i still miss....

OP - would agree on replacing the clutch, it's not a job you want to do again soon!

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Went out? There is normally metal tube that goes around firewall to fender, then connects to a rubber "damper" hose that jumpers across to the engine block to connector metal tube to the slave. Its very hard to see to know its there.
I was fooled once thinking the slave was leaking, but after replaceing my clutch & slave, fluid still leaking. The hose had a pinhole leak!!!!

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Went out? There is normally metal tube that goes around firewall to fender, then connects to a rubber "damper" hose that jumpers across to the engine block to connector metal tube to the slave. Its very hard to see to know its there.
I was fooled once thinking the slave was leaking, but after replaceing my clutch & slave, fluid still leaking. The hose had a pinhole leak!!!!

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Thanks bills866e I will check that out for sure. I have no resistance the pedal goes straight to the floor & it's leaking fluid I guess I should have been a little clearer. I've only had the car for a few days it was fine Friday, Saturday morning it has no clutch... I noticed a spot on the driveway filled with fluid and looked for leaks (didn't see anything) bled the clutch and was able to get enough pedal to move the car haven't done anything else to it.
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