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It goes almost without saying that the transmission is one of the most important parts of your car. Without a healthy transmission, you’ve quite literally got nothing: your vehicle (if it works at all) will suffer a host of problems and give you no end of headaches. Keeping your transmission in optimum condition, then, is of great importance to drivers. One of the most important parts of the transmission is the clutch master cylinder, which forms the heart of the clutch mechanism. Deep beneath the hood of your car, clutch components are consistently in direct contact with one another, regulating the way that systems interact. This constant friction means that there is plenty of wear and tear on these parts: from the clutch disc to the driveshaft to the flywheel, constant rubbing, sliding, and grinding between the surfaces of each component leads to the kind of wear and tear you won’t see in every system of a vehicle. The key to great transmission function, then, is ensuring that the clutch mechanism remains in good working order. PartsGeek.com provides everything you need to service your clutch at great prices – guaranteed.

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Dorman CC649002
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Product Note: PREMIUM -- 11" Clutch; Pre-Bled clutch system; includes slave cylinder, master cylinder, and connecting line
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Product Note: Premium Clutch Master Cylinder-Preferred -- Optional 2 Piece Pre-Filled Assembly (Includes Master and Lines)
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Product Note: Clutch Master and Slave Cylinder Assembly -- LuK Global Number 513 0100 100
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1995 (95) Jeep Wrangler 2.5L 4 Cyl 


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Sachs SPM010
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Product Note: Clutch Master and Slave Cylinder Assembly -- Standard; O.E. Self Adjusting Kit
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1988 (88) Toyota Pickup 2.4L 4 Cyl 


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Product Note: Left Hand Drive; Incl. Clutch Master Cylinder / Slave Cylinder / Hose
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FTE 21 52 1 104 510
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1976 (76) BMW 2002


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Dorman CC649002
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Your ATE Clutch Master Cylinder uses a strong piston to push hydraulic fluid from the fluid tank through the hydraulic lines to the slave cylinder to change the position of the clutch.




Many times the hardest thing about maintaining your car or truck is finding a good source for reliable parts like an ATE clutch master cylinder. Auto enthusiasts who enjoy performance car or trucks know that there's nothing more crucial than installing the highest quality new parts. A vehicle's performance is the result of many factors including high quality parts. Your car is outstanding because of its high performance and great style, and to keep it humming in top form you'll want the best in high-quality parts and accessories. Your clutch master cylinder is an essential module in your vehicle's transmission. A used clutch master cylinder can degrade the driver's ability to depress the clutch, producing a safety hazard. Your clutch master cylinder uses a piston to push hydraulic fluid from the storage tank through the hydraulic lines to the slave cylinder to change the position of the clutch. In your clutch system when pressure is applied to the clutch master cylinder, that force is transmitted to the slave cylinder. If your vehicle's clutch master cylinder stops working, little or no pressure will be generated when the clutch pedal is pressed and it will be difficult or impossible to move the vehicle. As a result of the hydraulic pressure, only a small amount of force in a vehicle's clutch master cylinder will result in a great deal of reciprocal action in the clutch disc slave cylinder.



The vehicle's Beck Arnley Clutch Master Cylinder uses a strong piston to push hydraulic fluid from the fluid reservoir through the fluid lines to the slave cylinder to activate the clutch.




Looking for a dependable source for quality parts like a Beck Arnley clutch master cylinder? It doesn't matter if you race or just take joy in driving a high-performance vehicle, premium quality parts are crucial. Take your vehicle to a superlative level of performance by installing performance elements. You picked a performance-optimized car or truck to take advantage of its superb power and performance, support your decision by buying first rate replacement parts and accessories. When the clutch pedal on your car or truck is pushed down, it causes the clutch master cylinder to activate the slave cylinder, disengaging the clutch. Your clutch master cylinder uses a piston to push hydraulic fluid from the fluid reservoir through the hydraulic lines to the slave cylinder to work the clutch. A failing clutch master cylinder has the potential to reduce your ability to disengage the engine, producing a safety hazard. As a result of the hydraulic force, only a small amount of motion in your vehicle's clutch master cylinder will result in a great deal of reciprocal force in the transmission's slave cylinder. If the vehicle's clutch master cylinder quits working, little or no pressure will be generated when you push on the clutch pedal and it might be difficult to drive the vehicle. A car's clutch master cylinder is an indispensable component of the vehicle's transmission system.



The vehicle's Dorma Clutch Master Cylinder uses a piston to force hydraulic fluid from the fluid tank through the fluid lines to the slave cylinder to work the clutch.




Every vehicle will need parts once in a while, so if you need a Dorman clutch master cylinder, PartsGeek is here to help you find what you need. Top motoring is a breeze with optional devices designed to function with the engine and guidance components. Whether you race or just appreciate driving a performance vehicle, the highest quality replacement parts are critical. Your vehicle is an investment because of its high performance and terrific style, and to keep it purring along in its best shape you'll want the acme in replacement parts and accessories. If your vehicle's clutch master cylinder fails, no pressure will be generated when the clutch pedal is pushed in and it might be difficult to drive the vehicle. A leaky clutch master cylinder can undercut your ability to depress the clutch, bringing about a safety hazard. Your clutch master cylinder is an indispensable part of a transmission. In your transmission system when pressure is applied to the clutch master cylinder, that force is transmitted to the slave cylinder. If your vehicle's clutch master cylinder constantly needs re-filling, a seal failure may have occurred and it will have to be rebuilt or replaced. When the clutch pedal on your car is depressed, it causes the clutch master cylinder to apply pressure to the slave cylinder, which then disengages the clutch. When you decide to get a Dorman clutch master cylinder, repairing a car or truck with OEM quality parts is the smartest move, time after time.



A car's Febi Clutch Master Cylinder uses a piston to force hydraulic fluid from the storage tank through the lines to the slave cylinder to apply the clutch.




Every vehicle will need replacement components every so often, so when you need a Febi clutch master cylinder, PartsGeek is the place to go to find what you need. Improved power and performance is a breeze with optional options made to function with the engine as well as steering components. Take your automobile to the next level of power with performance components. An automobile's performance is the result of several factors such as high quality parts. If the car's clutch master cylinder fails, no pressure will be generated when the clutch pedal is depressed and it will be hard to drive the vehicle. Your car's clutch master cylinder activates a piston to push hydraulic fluid from its reservoir through the lines to the slave cylinder to activate the clutch. If your vehicle's clutch master cylinder is leaking fluid, a seal may have failed and it will have to be rebuilt or replaced. In the automotive transmission system when pressure is applied to the clutch master cylinder, the energy is translated to the slave cylinder. A failing clutch master cylinder will always undermine a driver's ability to disengage the engine, producing a safety problem. Because of the mechanics of hydraulics, just a little bit of motion in your vehicle's clutch master cylinder can result in a large degree of reciprocal action is the slave cylinder that controls the clutch disc.



The vehicle's Sachs Clutch Master Cylinder uses a piston to push hydraulic fluid from its reservoir through the lines to the slave cylinder to engage and disengage the clutch.




The car experts at PartsGeek understand what it's like to love your vehicle, and so we want to help you find the right Sachs clutch master cylinder. By allowing your injectors to consume fuel better, performance equipment options make for higher power while cutting excess gasoline consumption. No matter if you race competitively or just appreciate driving a high-performance vehicle, the best quality replacement parts are critical. Auto enthusiasts who enjoy performance vehicles know that nothing is more important than putting in the best aftermarket parts. A malfunctioning clutch master cylinder might undercut a driver's ability to disengage the transmission, bringing about a threat to your safety. In a transmission system when you apply force to the clutch master cylinder, that force is translated to a slave cylinder. Your vehicle's clutch master cylinder uses a piston to force hydraulic fluid from the fluid reservoir through the lines to the slave cylinder to activate the clutch. If your clutch master cylinder is leaking fluid, a seal may have failed and it will have to be rebuilt or replaced. Your car or truck's clutch master cylinder is an indispensable piece of your transmission. If your clutch master cylinder should fail, no pressure will be created when you push on the clutch pedal and it will be impossible to engage the clutch.



A car's TRW Clutch Master Cylinder uses a piston to force hydraulic fluid from its reservoir through the lines to the slave cylinder to change the position of the clutch.




The right parts for the job, like a TRW clutch master cylinder, are only a few clicks away when you get them from PartsGeek.com. Your high-performance vehicle really needs the most high-end components you can buy. Fantastic capability and performance rely on outstanding components and accessories. Whether you race competitively or just take joy in driving a high-performance vehicle, premium quality replacement parts are crucial. Your clutch master cylinder activates a piston to push hydraulic fluid from the storage tank through the hydraulic lines to the slave cylinder to change the position of the clutch. If a vehicle's clutch master cylinder stops working, no pressure will be generated when you push on the clutch pedal and it will be difficult to disengage the clutch. In an automotive transmission system when you apply pressure to the clutch master cylinder, that force is translated to the system's slave cylinders. A clutch master cylinder is an indispensable piece of the vehicle's transmission system. If your car's clutch master cylinder is leaking fluid, a seal may be leaking and it will have to be rebuilt or replaced. A failing clutch master cylinder has the potential to undermine a driver's ability to depress the clutch, bringing about a safety hazard.


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Next to the engine itself, your auto's transmission is probably the most important set of parts on board. The transmission is at the heart of all of the action that takes place under the hood, translating the raw combustion power produced by the engine into forward momentum via the driveshaft.

The clutch master cylinder (and its partner slave cylinder) is the piece that ties it all together, allowing the driver to manipulate the clutch mechanism from within the cab. A faulty or deteriorating cylinder system can lead to poor gear shifting or an unresponsive clutch.

If you're looking to replace your master/slave assembly, you will find thousands of options on PartsGeek.com. Use our website's search function, or navigate our parts library by year or make of your vehicle.

You'll find cylinder kits from top brands like Adler, Aisin, Rhino Pac and FTE, all at industry competitive prices. We pride ourselves on the quality of our selection, excellent customer service and quick delivery. And our 30-day return policy guarantees that you will get the part you need to get back on the road.

What is a clutch master cylinder?

The clutch master cylinder contains a reservoir of brake fluid that assists in transmission function. Also known as the clutch master, this device is connected to the ""slave cylinder"" through pressurized hosing. When the clutch pedal is pressed, the brake fluid moves from the master to the slave cylinder, applying the pressure needed to engage the clutch mechanism.

How much does a clutch master cost?

The clutch master cylinders available on PartsGeek.com mostly fall within the range of $50 and $200. Prices will vary according to the make and model of your current vehicle, as well as manufacturer brand.

However, it is also important to keep in mind that any time a slave or master cylinder needs to be switched out, both should be replaced at once; many of our replacement kits include new parts for both master and slave cylinder assembly.

What are some signs that slave and master cylinders may need to be replaced?

Low levels of brake fluid and visibly contaminated fluid are two good signals that something is going wrong within the cylinder system. Other symptoms include rough shifting, a clutch mechanism resistant to gear shifting and a clutch that is either stuck or unresponsive.

Since the clutch master relies on internal hydraulic pressures to transfer mechanical power effectively, leaks are the most common cause of failure; when internal pressure is lost, the cylinder loses the ability to effectively displace fluid and manipulate the clutch.

What can go wrong with a master or slave cylinder?

Make sure to check seals for signs of wear or poor fit. When the cylinder system is compromised, hydraulic fluid may leak past the piston in one or both chambers. When this happens, the slave piston may not be driven far enough to disengage the clutch. Make sure to purchase a service kit that comes with new seals when you replace these parts.

Next to leaks, air getting into the system is probably the most common cause of trouble.

When this happens, the clutch pedal often starts to feel 'spongy'. In order to fix this you will simply need to bleed the clutch. While doing so, make sure to examine the entire system for signs of wear or damage

Finally, the cylinders themselves will wear out internally over time. Hydraulic fluid naturally absorbs moisture from its surroundings (i.e., it is hygroscopic). This can lead to corrosion of cylinder bores. In this case you will need to replace these chambers entirely.


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