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Old 07/27/2010, 10:15 PM   #1
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Default anyone know how to change out a slave cylinder?

LMK!. its for a 95 accord lx. F22b2 motor and yeah.
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Old 07/28/2010, 05:51 AM   #2
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Default Re: anyone know how to change out a slave cylinder?

well you take the line off, pull the slave cylider off, put the new one on, and bleed the system.... easy easy ive done it 3 times.


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Old 07/28/2010, 06:33 AM   #3
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Default Re: anyone know how to change out a slave cylinder?

lol jeez didn't you ask me about this like a week ago over on facebook? lol if i was closer i would help. ok so i would start by getting all the fluid out by loosening the bleeder valve and move the clutch pedal til all fluid is gone then remove the lines and unbolt install new one the opposite of removal close the valve refill fluid, have a friend step on the clutch pedal when you say and bleed the system of any air and tighten then pump for pressure then you can rebleed if you want to check again. then refill as needed. dont forget to put the cap on when pumping for pressure. thats how i did it yesterday on a friends. just text me if you need help.

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Old 07/28/2010, 10:44 AM   #4
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lol jeez didn't you ask me about this like a week ago over on facebook? lol if i was closer i would help. ok so i would start by getting all the fluid out by loosening the bleeder valve and move the clutch pedal til all fluid is gone then remove the lines and unbolt install new one the opposite of removal close the valve refill fluid, have a friend step on the clutch pedal when you say and bleed the system of any air and tighten then pump for pressure then you can rebleed if you want to check again. then refill as needed. dont forget to put the cap on when pumping for pressure. thats how i did it yesterday on a friends. just text me if you need help.
This is off a D series but it basically is the same as what 5spdSedan was talking about Mr. Rowe....lol Hope it helps!! When you bleed it make sure there is a hose at the bleeder going into a cup full of brake fluid, this will help ensure bubbles don't go back in and you can see them come out.



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Old 07/28/2010, 12:57 PM   #5
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Default Re: anyone know how to change out a slave cylinder?

Thanks guys, btw alex, i asked you about a MAster cylinder xD


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Default Re: anyone know how to change out a slave cylinder?

was it a master lol? hahaha i seriously must of lost some brain cells when i dropped a ratchet on my head yesterday well atleast i knew what i was talking about when you asked about a slave cylinder lol.

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