You can't hone the slave cylinder - it is aluminum with a specially treated
hardened interior surface. If you hone it, it will only last for a few
If the interior surface is worn, the only solution is either to get a new
slave cylinder or have your old one sleeved with a Stainless Steel insert.
Did you try bleeding the slave cylinder?
I find just getting a new slave cylinder and putting it on is the best and
easiest way to go. And not too expensive.
On Tue, Aug 31, 2010 at 10:29 AM, <CAWS52803@aol.com> wrote:
> I have no clutch! The pedal goes to the metal!
> If I pump it 5 - 10 times, I might be able to shift it into gear. I'm not
> losing any fluid. Oh yes, it's a BN4 with separate clutch & brake fluid
> I am going to remove, hone and replace the inner seals.
> My question - Is this something I should undertake myself? I do have the
> parts list and owners manuals for a guide.
> Any suggestions or help?
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