- Remove the straight pin and reservoir tank.
- Remove the oil seal.
- Move the cylinder boot backward.
Remove the snap ring.
CAUTIONBe careful when removing the snap ring to prevent the rod, washer, piston and return spring from flying out.
- If any damage, deformation, wear, swelling, rust or other faults are found on the cylinder, piston, push rod, fluid reservoir, return spring and gasket, replace the faulty part.
- Apply a coat of grease to the contacting surfaces of the push rod and piston before installation.
- Assemble the master cylinder in the reverse order of disassembly.
Removal & Installation
- Thoroughly drain the fluid from the reservoir tank.
- Remove the snap pin and clevis pin, and separate the push rod of the master cylinder from the clutch pedal.
- Remove the air intake assembly, as required.
- Remove the intercooler, if equipped.
- Remove the clutch pipe from the master cylinder.
- Remove the master cylinder assembly.
- Install the master cylinder to the body. Tighten the mounting bolts to 13 ft. lbs. (18 Nm).
- Install the clutch pipe to the master cylinder. Tighten the nut to 11 ft. lbs. (15 Nm).
- Apply multi-purpose grease to the clevis pin. Connect the push rod of the master cylinder to the clutch pedal. Insert the clevis pin and install the snap pin.
- Bleed the clutch system. Refer to -Hydraulic System Bleeding- in this section.
- Install the intercooler, if equipped.
- Install the air intake assembly.