TECHnovation Clutch Master Cylinder
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CARQUEST Clutch TECHnovation Clutch Master Cylinder

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Designed and engineered for faster installation than original equipment using existing lines and no special tools. OEM plastic cylinders can be prone to cracking/breakage. TECHnovation Clutch Hydraulics aluminum castings are made from solid blocks that are bored and honed for accurate tolerances and maximum durability.
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Bleeder Included:No
Bore Size:18 mm

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CARQUEST ClutchTECHnovation Clutch Master Cylinder
 
5.0

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5.0

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from saint johnsville,ny

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Pros

  • Durable
  • Easy To Install
  • Lightweight
  • Provides Smooth Shifting

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Everyday Driving
    • Replacement

    Comments about CARQUEST Clutch TECHnovation Clutch Master Cylinder:

    it was very easy to install,works great as of this time (installed 12/08/2012). bench bleeding is easy ! i put cylinder in vise,pushed rod in with hip,used small phillips screw driver to push in check valve ,fluid went into bucket. did this 3 times,bleeding complete. also when i went to put check valve end into slave cylinder, i cracked slave cylinder bleeder just enought to see fluid comming out, then i shoved check valve in with ease, put hold down clip in place, tightened bleeder,job complete. clutching and shifting all works perfect! i myself did not have to do any more bleeding for slave cylinder, but some of you will, so have a friend handy in case you do! i recomend buying the hydraulic clutch line to go with master cylinder as well. advanced auto should offer master cylinder and line as a kit, other parts stores do for a little over $100. myself i use online dicounts!

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    • Q:

      i HANE A 2004 fORD F150 6CYL. 5SPD, MY CLUTCH PEDAL GOES TO THE FLOOR WITH NO RESISTANCE AT ALL,i CANNOT GET IT INTO GEAR, CAN YOU HELP?
      Asked on 12/30/2011 by Anonymous from Uncasville,Ct.

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        A:

        Yes, it may be because of your bad clutch master cylinder or you might not have been properly bleeded your master cylinder. However, I would suggest taking your vehicle to a certified mechanic for a proper diagnosis before buying and having parts installed that may not (solve/be) the problem.

        Answered on 12/30/2011 by Dennis from AAP
    • Q:

      I am trying to remove the clutch master cylinder on a 98 F150. I have turned it 45 degrees clock wise and pulled and it doesnt move. I have disconnected the clutch rod from pedal but do I need to remove from the firewall inside the cab? If so how do you do that
      Asked on 11/21/2011 by Anonymous

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        A:

        The required information has been sent to the mail address provided.

        Answered on 11/22/2011 by Vincent from AAP
    • Q:

      I am trying to bleed the system installed on a 2003 F150
      Asked on 5/27/2010 by KD from ft edward,NY

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        Bleeding the clutch line is actually pretty easy and is even easier if you have another person helping you. Before you get started, make sure your master cylinder is full of fluid. Have your helper sit in the driver seat and push the clutch pedal down several times and then hold it down. While the pedal is being held down, loosen the bleeder screw to allow the air in the system release. During this make sure your helper does not let the pedal come back up until you have tightened the bleeder valve back in the closed position. Repeat this process several times to ensure that all the air in the system is released.

        Answered on 5/27/2010 by Mike from AAP
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