You have removed the circlip, right? OK, try firmly striking the plunger
end of the m/c against a block of wood several times 'till the plunger is
driven out. This most always works for me.
'75 TR6 CF38690UO
'75 TR6 CF37325U
On Fri, 19 Sep 1997 09:53:44 -0400 Carol Zingone
>Yet another question about the clutch master cylinder. I finally
>managed to get the slave and master loose (sounds weird !), with
>borrowed line wrenches from my mechanic (whatta guy!). I wrestled
>the piston in the slave for a while, and finally took a hammer to it,
>after repeated doses of brake fluid and finagaling.
>Managed to get the piston out after repeated tapping with the hammer.
>The master cylider doesn't seem to be as agreeable. Any other options
>should be cosidering ? I'd love to get Sybill finished this Sunday --
>and maybe finally drive her to a Jaguars game !
>Thanks in advance -- yet again !
>74 TR6 -- Sybill