TECHnovation Clutch Slave Cylinder
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CARQUEST Clutch TECHnovation Clutch Slave Cylinder

Part No. 37916 Warranty Details  

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Designed and engineered for faster installation than original equipment using existing lines and no special tools. OEM plastice 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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  • Q:

    How do I know what transmission is in my jeep there is no marking or name on trans
    Asked on 5/15/2012 by Jason from Hamilton AL

    2 answers

    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      To help you in a better manner, if you could please include the year, make, model and engine specification of the vehicle and we would be better able to assist you.
      For any further assistance, please feel free to call us at 1-877-238-2623 or visit your nearest Advance Auto Parts store and our representatives would be more than happy to assist you.

      Answered on 5/16/2012 by Aaron from AAP
    • A:

      The Jeep Wranglers manufactured up to March 1989 with the 4.2 liter had the Peugeot, after that, the AX-15 was used.

      Answered on 6/23/2014 by gtgosa from Pompano Beach, Florida
  • Q:

    how is bleading air from cylendar performed
    Asked on 8/7/2011 by chuck from middlebrook va

    1 answer

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      A:

      To bleed a clutch slave cylinder with a bleeder is easy, you have an assistant depress the clutch pedal as you open the bleeder to allow air out, once the pedal is all the way to the floor, you close the bleeder, and you ask your assistant to slowly let the clutch pedal up. You repeat the same step several times making sure that you have plenty of fluid in the reservoir till there is no more air in the system.

      Answered on 8/9/2011 by DIY Daniel from AAP
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