Clutch Master Cylinder Help

Discussion in 'SC- Upstate Cruisers' started by mhall10407, Oct 29, 2005.

  1. mhall10407

    mhall10407

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    Well it looks like the clutch master cylinder on the 40 is almost dead. I think it may still have the original in there. Anyways to my question. Has anybody changed theirs and have some pointers on what to do or not to do. I assume just swap it out and bleed the lines and should be good to go.

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    Mike
     
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    That should do it. Just bleed it like you would the brakes. Also might want to check the adjustment afterward.
     
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    Mike,

    Be sure to use a line wrench on it. If it is the original master, it may be difficult to break free and you will round-off the line nut.
     
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