TECHnovation Clutch Slave Cylinder
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CARQUEST TECHnovation Clutch Slave Cylinder

Part No. 37815 Warranty Details  
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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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Bore Size:0.81 in
Inlet Size(s):0.4375 in

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CARQUEST ClutchTECHnovation Clutch Slave Cylinder
 
3.6

(based on 5 reviews)

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5.0

low cost

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from s

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Comments about CARQUEST Clutch TECHnovation Clutch Slave Cylinder:

cant imagine tring to fix the old one for this price

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5.0

In stock at good price.

By 

from Melbourne, Florida

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3 or more reviews submitted

Pros

  • Easy To Install
  • Lightweight

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Everyday Driving

    Comments about CARQUEST Clutch TECHnovation Clutch Slave Cylinder:

    I have owned this truck since 1991. Its been a great truck and I can still do the required maintenance. The original GM part lasted over 20 years. This part I have now replaced 3 times over the last 4 years. I feel the parts are made to last just a short time as most anything now days. I is frustrating to be on the side of the road once again. I don't plan on selling, so I will most likely replace the part again in a year.

     
    4.0

    Good replacement part

    By 

    from Garfield ky

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    Comments about CARQUEST Clutch TECHnovation Clutch Slave Cylinder:

    I decided to replace slave cylinder at the same time as master cylinder.Very easy install.

     
    3.0

    Works great

    By 

    from Somerset Pa

    About Me Mechanic

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Easy To Install
    • Provides Smooth Shifting

    Cons

    • No Increase In Performance

    Best Uses

    • Replacement

    Comments about CARQUEST Clutch TECHnovation Clutch Slave Cylinder:

    Great OEM replacement

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    1.0

    Poor quality

    By 

    from Spring Hill Florida

    About Me Auto Enthusiast

    Pros

      Cons

      • No Increase In Performance
      • Unreliable

      Best Uses

      • Paper Weight

      Comments about CARQUEST Clutch TECHnovation Clutch Slave Cylinder:

      The slave cylinder was in my truck for less than a year under light/normal driving conditions and it went out. Very disappointed in the product.

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      • Q:

        1991 GMC Sierra 1500 5.7. How to replace clutch slave cylinder.
        Asked on 3/30/2017 by Colt from Philadelphia ms

        1 answer

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          Hi Colt! Instructions to replace the clutch slave cylinder: Pull the hood release lever and open the hood. Remove the negative cable from the battery using a socket wrench. Place the jack underneath the vehicle and raise it three feet. Detach the two bolts securing the hydraulic line to the clutch slave cylinder and the two bolts securing the hydraulic line to clutch master cylinder. Cover up the hydraulic lines with paper towels to prevent any dirt or debris from entering the hydraulic system. Detach the two 10 mm bolts holding the clutch slave cylinder to the vehicle. Lift off the cylinder and install a replacement. Reattach the two 10 mm bolts and remove the paper towels from the hydraulic lines. Reattach both hydraulic lines and lower the vehicle. Reattach the negative cable to the battery and close the hood. For help with your project, I recommend purchasing a Haynes or Chilton repair manual specifically for your vehicle. This should be able to assist you further into detail on how to repair or replace specific parts. Haynes Chevrolet and GMC Pickup '88-'98 Repair Manual (Part No. 24065).

          Answered on 3/31/2017 by Steve from AAP
      • Q:

        How do I install this on a 1991 gmc. I can't not figure it out and last time I don't it the clutch pedal was very hard and would not press.
        Asked on 3/29/2017 by Colt from Philadelphia ms

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          A:

          Hi Colt! To further assist with the Clutch Slave Cylinder replacing instructions, please provide us with the model and engine size of your 1991 GMC.

          Answered on 3/30/2017 by Steve from AAP
      • Q:

        would this or the master cylinder make it seem like the cluch is not engaging completely and how do I know which one is not working properly I replaced the clutch 5 yrs ago and the slave cylinder also so im thinking that one of the cylinders is bad due to fact I haven't put a lot of miles on it
        Asked on 4/16/2015 by Mark

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          A:

          I'm happy to help, Mark! It's possible that a faulty clutch slave cylinder could cause the clutch to feel like it isn't engaging. You will also typically notice other symptoms such as fluid leaking and a soft, spongy feel to the clutch pedal. This may prevent you from changing gears. To better diagnose your vehicle, I suggest purchasing a repair manual for your vehicle. The manual will provide additional diagnostic information. If you need additional diagnostic assistance, I suggest consulting with a certified mechanic.

          Answered on 4/16/2015 by Heath, ASE Parts Specialist from AAP
      • Q:

        What is the bore diameter?
        Asked on 11/30/2013 by steve from poquoson, va

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          A:

          Hi Steve, good question though. This Clutch Slave Cylinder has the bore diameter of 0.81-inch.

          Answered on 12/1/2013 by Morgan from AAP
      • Q:

        I changed clutch , slave cylinder twice &
        clutch master but i'm still having problems shifting is there any way to fix this problem
        Asked on 10/6/2013 by Bill.s2 from Hinesville, GA

        1 answer

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          A:

          Hi Bill.s2, unfortunately, without the presence of your vehicle we would not be able to properly diagnose it nor provide you with a 100% answer. We would suggest that you take your vehicle to a certified mechanic for further diagnosis. For any further assistance, please feel free to call us at: 1-877-238-2623 or visit the nearest Advance Auto Parts store and one of our Parts Pros will gladly assist you with any questions or concerns you may have.

          Answered on 10/7/2013 by Steve from AAP
      • Q:

        Where on my 1990 Chev. 3/4 ton truck is the clutch slave cylinder locater?
        Asked on 5/15/2012 by none from Wichita Ks.

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          A:

          The clutch slave cylinder could be mounted either on outside or inside of the transmission. If it is mounted on the outside, it is usually attached to the manual transmission by two bolts, In an internal clutch slave cylinder design, the clutch slave cylinder and clutch release bearing are one unit, this unit slides in the input shaft of the manual transmission and is held by two or three bolts that attach the unit to the front of the transmission ( inside the bellhousing). For further assistance please feel free to call 1-877-238-2623 and one of our representatives will gladly assist you with any questions or concerns you may have.

          Answered on 5/16/2012 by Dennis from AAP
      • Q:

        where is the location of the slave cylinder
        Asked on 3/30/2012 by Anonymous

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          A:

          To know the exact location of this part, if could please include the year make and model of the vehicle and we would be better able to assist you.

          Answered on 3/31/2012 by Dennis from AAP
      • Q:

        how many pushrods are there for slave cyckinder for a 1991 chevy 4x4
        Asked on 12/23/2010 by rocco54 from denver,co

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          A:

          Like most slave cylinders, there should only be one push rod.

          Answered on 12/24/2010 by Mike the Auto Parts Master from AAP
      • Q:

        How do you bleed the clutch? Are there a series of steps that you follow to acheive this?
        Asked on 12/22/2010 by Mike from San Antonio, TX

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          A:

          For help with your project, I recommend purchasing a Haynes repair manual specifically for your vehicle. This should be able to assist you further into detail on how to repair or replace specific parts.

          Answered on 12/22/2010 by Ron the Auto Parts Rebel from AAP
      • Q:

        should i replace the clutch line to
        Asked on 7/10/2010 by Brandon from Mayslanding

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          A:

          If the line is bad or one end has been sitting open to the elements for awhile, I would. If not, then you should not need to.

          Answered on 7/11/2010 by Mike from AAP
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