Quality Aftermarket Replacement Clutch Slave Cylinder
These are made in Europe to OEM standards. The slave cylinder can be rebuilt, but the cost is hardly justified when a great quality replacement can be yours for such a low price.
The clutch slave cylinder should be located behind the driver side wheel. Remove the two bolts, the clutch line and the slave cylinder should come off to the right side. The slave cylinder actuates the clutch arm by use of hydraulic pressure. They do wear over time due to their age and repeated use. The first sign of problems is a vague clutch, followed by some leaking around the seals and eventually total failure. If you start to loose pedal pressure on clutch operation, the most likely cause is loss of fluid from the Clutch Slave Cylinder. Dirt works its way into the cylinder and causes scratches and grooves which lead to fluid leak or air getting in.
If your clutch is not as crisp as it used to be, why not replace it or keep one in the garage just in case. These are new, not rebuilt slave cylinders. We have sold a large volume of these with great success and great reviews.
Fits all Mk1, Mk2 & 2.5 models, 1989>2005