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Replace a Spare part Clutch Master Cylinder (Clutch Cylinder) – a defective one or if the limit of use has been already reached. Find out useful information about Clutch Master Cylinder (Clutch Cylinder)

Master hydraulic cylinder is used in the hydraulic brake system of the car. Its construction is very simple. It consists of a cylinder body, piston, valve, stopper and the first and the second stops. Generally, hydraulic cylinder, electric or vacuum brake booster, brake pipes and additional safety systems (ABS, ESP) are common elements in various brake systems. When you press the clutch pedal, push rod moves the piston of the master cylinder. After this the service fluid is cut off from the reservoir. Due to the movement of the piston service fluid is supplied to the working cylinder through the pipeline. Under the influence of fluid piston tappet comes into operation. The tappet acts on the clutch release fork lever that provides adhesion.

One of the problems frequently faced by motorists is ingress of air into the hydraulic drive system that generally affects the braking system. In order to remove air from the hydraulic clutch system, (this process is called system pumping) master cylinder has special valves. Moreover, problems with braking system may be the result of contamination, brake shoes greasing, incorrect adjustment of the brake actuator and brake mechanisms and leaks in the hydraulic drive joints.

To adjust the free travel of the brake pedal in brake systems, which relate to the hydraulic drive, you must set a correct gap between the master cylinder tappet and piston. However, if the master cylinder fails and you need to replace it, do not purchase a new cylinder in the service centre. To save money, visit online shop where you can find original spare car parts. Be sure that in our online shop you'll find cylinder and many other car parts, such as ignition distributor, pulse or generator sensor at a moderate price.

Clutch Master Cylinder (Clutch Cylinder) for RENAULT LAGUNA I (B56_, 556_), LAND ROVER FREELANDER (LN), LAND ROVER FREELANDER Soft Top

Malfunctions of the master cylinder
  • cracks and scratches on the work surface;
  • leaking of brake fluid;
  • wear of the part;
  • air in the system;
  • corrosion of the cylinder;
  • cracks in the rod and the guide cover.
Symptoms of the master cylinder failure
  • incomplete clutch engagement;
  • jerks during clutch operation;
  • increase in fuel consumption;
  • incorrect operation of the clutch pedal;
  • master cylinder when depressed starts to jam;
  • increased noise when you turn on or turn off the clutch;
  • leakage from the hose nuts and tubes or from the rubber seals;
  • appearance of a specific burning smell;
  • insufficient clutch release.
Causes of the master cylinder faults
  • standing start at high speeds;
  • aggressive driving style;
  • leakage of the system;
  • systematic pressing the clutch pedal during high-speed driving;
  • mechanical damage;
  • low quality components.
Diagnosis and repair of the clutch master cylinder

Visual inspection will reveal streaks that indicate leakage. If you notice that the pedal "fails", then there is air in the system. To eliminate the failure, resort to sequential pumping. In case of failure, in-depth repair of the cylinder is required. If at gearshift with the clutch pedal depressed you hear the characteristic crunch and feel vibration of the gear handle, consult an expert who will run diagnosis using special equipment. It is important to conduct regular check of fluid level. With a sharp decrease in this level you should conduct a visual inspection. Chances are you will find a leak. In this case, you will probably need to replace the piston and sleeves.

Replacement of the master cylinder

To replace the part, pump out the brake fluid from the clutch reservoir. Next, disconnect the rubber strap, with which the expansion tank is attached to the car body. Be careful when removing the reservoir, the brake fluid is located inside. Then unscrew the nut securing the conduit to the cylinder. After that you need to take the pipeline to the side, loosen the clamp and remove it from the cylinder. Remove the nuts that attach the cylinder to the body and remove the cylinder. Install the new cylinder, perform all the steps in reverse order.

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