How much does it cost to replace a clutch slave cylinder?

How much does it cost to replace a clutch slave cylinder?

between $206 and $245
The average cost for clutch slave cylinder replacement is between $206 and $245. Labor costs are estimated between $110 and $138 while parts are priced between $96 and $107. This range does not include taxes and fees, and does not factor in your specific vehicle or unique location. Related repairs may also be needed.

Can you replace slave cylinder without replacing clutch?

In order to replace the clutch slave cylinder in your vehicle, the transmission must be removed. The clutch assembly most likely is worn. Assuming the clutch slave cylinder is leaking, I recommend replacing both. It could be that your vehicle’s lack of clutch hydraulic pressure is a failed clutch master cylinder.

What are the symptoms of a faulty slave cylinder?

Symptoms of a Bad Clutch Slave Cylinder

  • Inability to switch gears.
  • Low fluid level.
  • Leaking of brake fluid.
  • Clutch pedal goes all the way to the floor before working.
  • Clutch pedal feels loose.
  • Contaminated brake fluid.

How do you adjust the clutch on a Jeep Wrangler?

How to Adjust a Jeep Wrangler’s Clutch

  1. Fill the clutch master cylinder’s reservoir with brake fluid.
  2. Set a small basin beneath the bleeder valve to catch any excess fluid.
  3. Continue holding down the clutch pedal and opening and closing the bleeder screw.

How long does it take to replace slave cylinder?

To replace both cylinders takes roughly 8 hours. You can get an exact quote, both as to labor and parts, by using YourMechanic’s on-line estimator for clutch repairs.

How do I know if I need a new slave cylinder?

Here are some of the warning signs of a bad clutch slave cylinder:

  1. Clutch does not work.
  2. Clutch pedal sinks to the floor.
  3. Clutch pedal feels spongy, soft, or loose.
  4. Clutch pedal feels hard.
  5. Gears grind while shifting.
  6. Gears are hard to shift.
  7. Gears will not shift.
  8. Clutch fluid low and/or leaking.

How long do clutch slave cylinders last?

Mine lasted about 13 years or 34,000 miles. If you replace one, replace the other, as it is liekly to fail as well. Go to DRM for the modified slave, and the master is pretty cheap from GM.

What happens when your clutch slave cylinder goes out?

If the clutch slave cylinder develops any sort of leak internally or externally it may cause the pedal to feel spongy or mushy. The pedal may also sink all the way to the floor and stay there when depressed, and may not be able to properly disengage the clutch so the transmission can be safely shifted.

How long does it take to replace a slave cylinder?