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Comments about CARQUEST Clutch TECHnovation Clutch Master Cylinder:
The replacement clutch master cylinder I bought for my 2001 Ford Ranger P.U. installed easily with the help of Perfection clutch's you tube videos. The instruction papers in the packaging were harder to follow, and did not describe the proper bench bleeding procedures.
Once properly air bled and installed per the videos I followed on-line, my truck shifted smoothly, and the clutch pedal works perfectly now. No more soft pedal, or difficulties shifting. Like a new truck! Thanks Perfection Clutch for a great replacement part and installation videos. You helped me solve my clutch release problem.
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Q:how is the shaft removed from the master cylinder? The shaft and safety switch must be removed to enable the master cylinder to be removed.
A:The clutch pedal connects to a piston in the master cylinder (on the right). When the pedal is pressed, the piston in the master cylinder is pushed in forcing hydraulic fluid from the master cylinder through the tube and hose to the slave cylinder (on the left). The fluid pushes the slave cylinder piston toward the open end of the cylinder pushing the push rod that connects to the lever on the clutch-operating shaft that in turn releases the clutch.