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Old 10-18-2011, 08:45 PM
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Clutch was feeling loose and losing fluid in the reservoir. Bled the slave cylinder and found a leak in it. Gonna replace it but don't know what kind/which to get. There is a cheap 13 dollar slave cylinder available at my local o'reillys, advance auto parts, and autozone (same exact part just at different stores). There's one review, and its a bad one, someone claiming it just straight up did not work at all and leaked as soon as he installed it or something like that. Are slave cylinders one of those things where you need to worry about quality or would this be a safe deal.

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Old 10-19-2011, 01:33 AM
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Re: slave cylinder

to be honest when replacing parts on your vehicle you should go OEM ftw... there are good aftermarket replacement parts but if you go down that way make sure you do your research first.
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