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Step by step instructions on how to replace a slave cylinder on a 2002hyundai accent clutch

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SOURCE: How to replace clutch master cylinder and slave

Starting with the slave , remove the line going to slave then remove the two bolts holding it to the trany and install new one in reverse order, next is the master, from inside the car dissconnect the linkage arm, this is done by removing the clip pin and sliding arm off pedal pin, next remove the resivor and hose. leave hose on resivor remove from master.next remove line from the master then remove the two bolts holding it to firewall, you may have to remove a few things to get the master out this all depends on if theres cruise and a vac valve in the way but this is easy to do.you will need to remove the resivior also when installing new master, bolt it in and connect the linkage make sure the linkage is adjusted as close to the old one as you can leave the adjusting nut a little loose for know after it all connected leave line off and fill with brake fluid have someone inside to push pedal they may have to pull up so you the hand to push and pull pedal, next put your finger over the hole the line goes in and have them push pedal to floor the fluid will push through your finger, do this a few times but watch the fluid level so it doesnt empty, a few time is good then with pedal up remove finger and install line tight,refill with fluid,then have them pump peal three times and hold down, open bleeder at slave, close bleeder and pump pedal again and hold and open bleeder do this a few times until you have a good pedal you will see the slave push out. test the clutch if it works good tighten adjusting nut, if it grabs to soon or doesnt go into gear then adjust, hope this helps.johnjohn2_65.jpg

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