by Jonathan Lawes
Date Added: Thursday 22 June, 2006
Expensive when compared to the non-genuine part, however it arrived well packaged and was a doddle to fit. What else can you say!
Top tips for doing this job;
1) Take the front right wheel off, it gives really nice access to the job.
2) Change your clutch fluid at the same time; I did this by fitting a bleeding pipe over the end of the pipe once the old cyl was off and pumping the pedal till the resevour was empty, then flushed through, repeated process and filled with new brake fluid. Once the new cyl is fitted its then a simple job to bleed the cyl. Don't forget to put the crud cap back on!
3) Thats it! It takes longer to jack the car up than anything else!