The need to replace or repair the clutch slave cylinder is the leakage of working fluid from it

We prepare the car and disconnect the negative battery terminal

Remove the air filter

Accumulator Bracket Attachment

We unscrew the two bolts and remove the accumulator bracket

Clutch Release Cylinder Thermal Insulation Attachment

We unscrew the two bolts and remove the thermal insulation of the clutch release slave cylinder

Disconnecting piping

Holding the accumulator with a special device, unscrew the nuts securing the pipelines and move the pipelines to the side

Clutch release accumulator mounting

We unscrew the two bolts and remove the clutch release accumulator

Slave cylinder bolts

We unscrew the two bolts and remove the clutch release hydraulic slave cylinder

Remove the cover from the cylinder body

Unscrew the pusher from the cylinder body

Remove the piston from the cylinder body and the spring

Remove the cap from the drain plug

Remove the drain plug of the working cylinder

Check and clean the clutch slave cylinder

Build and install

Install the drain plug of the working cylinder by tightening it with a tightening torque of 8.3 Nm

Installing the drain plug cover

Installing a new spring in the cylinder body

Points for lubricating the clutch slave cylinder piston

Lubricate the piston with lithium grease in the places shown by the arrows in the figure

Installing the piston into the cylinder

Install the cylinder pusher and cover on the cylinder body

We install the working cylinder and fix it with two bolts with a torque of 12 Nm

We install the clutch accumulator and fix it with two nuts and a bolt with a tightening torque of 12 Nm

Clutch slave cylinder mounting bracket bolts

Install the hose bracket and secure it with two bolts. Tightening torque: bolt (A) - 12 Nm; bolt (B) - 39 Nm

Using a special tool, we connect two hoses by tightening the fastening nuts to a torque of 15 Nm

Install the clamp bracket and fasten with a bolt, tightening torque 12 Nm

Fill the master cylinder reservoir with clutch fluid and bleed the air from the clutch hydraulic circuit

Checking clutch fluid leakage

Checking the fluid level in the clutch reservoir

Bleeding the hydraulic clutch release

Remove the fender liner

We check the level of the working fluid in the reservoir of the main brake cylinder (the reservoir is common for both master cylinders) and, if necessary, bring it to normal

Clutch release slave cylinder: 1 - air bleed valve; 2 - body; 3 - protective cap; 4 - stem

Remove the protective cap from the valve to bleed 1 clutch slave cylinder

Draining hydraulic fluid from chains

We put a hose on the valve and lower its end into a container with a small amount of brake fluid.

We ask the assistant to press the clutch pedal 4-5 times at intervals of 2-3 seconds, and then keep it pressed

Unscrew the valve ¾ turn. Liquid with air bubbles will come out of the hose into the container

We twist the valve and ask you to lower the clutch pedal

We repeat these operations several times until the fluid exits the hose without air bubbles

During pumping, we monitor the level of liquid in the tank.

Timely add liquid to the tank

We twist the valve, put on a protective cap and, if necessary, add fluid to the reservoir of the main brake cylinder

Install all parts in reverse order