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    How To: Replace Clutch Master Cylinder

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    2G How To: Replace Clutch Master Cylinder

    Post by AJracer33a on Fri Jan 04, 2013 10:42 pm

    Tools Needed:

    • 3/8 Drive Ratchet
    • 12MM Socket
    • 12MM Wrench
    • 14MM Wrench
    • 10MM Wrench


    Parts Needed:

    • Clutch Master Cylinder


    Step 1: Remove these (2) 12MM bolts from the firewall. (Yes, I had already removed them in this pic)



    Step 2: Pull this hose clamp off and then remove the hose from the fluid resivor. Sit your resivor aside.





    Step 3: Remove your line from the master cylinder.



    Step 4: Remove this 12MM nut.



    Now, from inside the car...

    Step 6: Remove the banjo bolt pin from the clutch pedal. Then remove the pin. Don't lose the washer!



    Step 7: Remove this 12MM nut.



    These are what you should have removed from the inside of the car.



    Step 8: Remove clutch master cylinder.



    Step 9: Remove the hose from the old clutch master cylinder. Don't lose the gasket! Your new clutch master cylinder probably won't come with a new one.



    Installation of the new clutch master cylinder is reverse of installation.

    For information on the clutch petal adjustment, see this thread. http://www.eatsleepdsm.com/t110-how-to-properly-adjust-your-clutch-on-a-2g-1g-evo


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