Both master and slave cylinders are essential components of any manual transmission vehicle. While the master cylinder generates hydraulic pressure, the slave cylinder disengages the clutch from the engine. If you’re upgrading your clutch, don’t forget about these essential components. At Texas Drivetrain Performance we supply you with the parts necessary to make your aftermarket clutch work to its full potential. Check out our inventory today!
Failing Master or Slave Cylinder?
Sometimes your master or slave master cylinder will become faulty or begin to fail. Knowing the warning signs is critical to avoid further damage. If you’ve experienced any of the below problems, then it is time to replace it as soon as possible.
Signs of a Bad Clutch Slave Cylinder:
Clutch drops all the way to the floor
Gears are hard to shift
Gears grind while shifting
Loose clutch pedal
Inability to switch gears
Signs of a Bad Clutch Master Cylinder:
Grinding between shifts
Pedal stuck to the ground
Soft clutch pedal
Clutch engagement point has changed
If you are experiencing any of these signs, contact one of our expert mechanics today. They will help advise you on which cylinder is right for your vehicle. We are always happy to help out our fellow gearheads.