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  • FAQ about business

    FAQ about business


    2018-07-17 [ FAQ ]


    1.How do I know that you have sent the goods out?Once the goods are sent out, a tracking number will be provided. So that you can check it in time. 2.If the goods are damaged badly, who is responsible for them?We will be responsible for the damaged product when they are damaged during transport.And we can also exchange the new goods for you. 3.How can I know the product is what I want?Don’t worry, factory is professionally auto parts supplier. We manufacture the goods based on the original goods. So just telling us the OEM number or the picture. 4.What’s the payment way?1.T/T. 2......

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  • Remove a slave cylinder

    Remove a slave cylinder


    2016-10-04 [ FAQ ]


    Remove a slave cylinderOn most cars the slave cylinder is relatively easy to remove, being held by either a clip or bolts.Connect a short length of plastic tubing to the bleed nipple and put the other end into a container standing underneath - a jam jar serves well.Open the bleed nipple and pump the pedal until the system is empty of fluid.Remove the plastic tube from the nipple, and dispose of the hydraulic fluid in a safe place - do not empty it down a drain as it is corrosive and poisonous.Loosen the cylinder-pipe union nut and disconnect the release-arm return spring.Disconnect the pi......

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  • Always renew the seals whenever you dismantle the master cylinder or slave cylinder.

    Always renew the seals whenever you dismantle the master cylinder or slave cylinder.


    2016-10-04 [ FAQ ]


    Always renew the seals whenever you dismantle the master cylinder or slave cylinder.There is usually a rubber dust cover at the pushrod end of the cylinder. Pulling this back along the pushrod usually reveals a circlip at the mouth of the cylinder which acts as a rear stop for the piston. Push the piston in, then release the circlip - it may or may not need special circlip pliers.The spring inside the cylinder should now push the piston out. If it does not, push the piston down against the spring pressure and then release it quickly.Remove all the internal parts, carefully noting the order in ......

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  • Remove a clutch master cylinder

    Remove a clutch master cylinder


    2016-10-04 [ FAQ ]


    Remove a clutch master cylinder Set a container to catch any fluid that runs out when you remove the cylinder, and protect paintwork with plastic sheeting or absorbent rags.Unscrew the pipe union nut and lift the pipe clear, taking care not to bend or damage it. Cover the pipe end with a small plastic bag secured by a rubber band, to keep out dirt.Disconnect the clutch pedal from the master-cylinder pushrod. Most cars have a simple clevis pin on the pedal arm which passes through a fork on the end of the pushrod. Remove the split pin or retaining clip to release the clevis pin. (Use a new......

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  • Check a clutch system

    Check a clutch system


    2016-10-04 [ FAQ ]


    Check a clutch system  Master cylindersWhere clutch and brake master cylinders are side-by-side, the clutch cylinder is the one on the right, looking from the front of the car. The clutch master cylinder is usually found on the bulkhead next to the brake cylinder. Usually each cylinder is directly in front of its pedal, so the clutch cylinder is the one on the right as you look from the front of the car.Brakes with servo assistance may have a different arrangement, but it should be clear which cylinder is which.If the clutch fluid is low, look all over both master and ......

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