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The pushrod on the slave cylinder does not seem to be the same on the new part how do i get old one off and keep the new one on

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 28-09-2020

Answers :

Before you start dismembering the new part you had better be sure the part you got is the right one...if they say it is check in a different parts dealer and see what they come up with...when you have exhausted all other options only then will you remove the end dust cover to reveal the clip holding the pushrod piston, remove and replace.
You should be able to pull the boot back and then remove the clip which hold this in place and then swap the parts. Do be careful. It is spring loaded inside. It is not dangerously loaded. It wont shoot out at you but you need to know that the guts may push up a little bit due to the spring inside. Are you sure they gave you the proper part number? Let me know if you need anything else.
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