GAZ-3110 clutch release slave cylinder

The clutch slave cylinder is usually removed and repaired in case of defects associated with clutch release

The main defect is the leakage of the clutch fluid through the cylinder seals

You need to pay attention to the presence of fluid in the reservoir of the clutch hydraulic system.

If the fluid in the tank is rapidly decreasing, it is necessary to inspect the cylinder and, if necessary, repair or replace the cylinder.

Clutch Slave Cylinder Repair

Remove cap 1, open valve 2 on the clutch slave cylinder and drain the fluid from the system into a container.


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Disconnect hose end 1 from the brake pipe by unscrewing the fastening nut.

Remove mounting bolt 2 and detach bracket 3 from the body.

Remove the two bolts 1 securing the slave cylinder to the clutch housing and remove the slave cylinder.

In this case, remove the pusher 2 from the working cylinder


Clutch Slave Cylinder Repair

Clamp the working cylinder in a vise.

Slide the protective cover 1 off the cylinder body by prying it with a screwdriver and remove it together with the foam pad

Clutch Slave Cylinder Repair

Remove retaining ring 1 while holding piston 2 in the cylinder.

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Remove piston 1 with collar 2 and spring 3

Remove the bleed valve if necessary


Clutch Slave Cylinder Repair

Assembly of the working cylinder is carried out in the reverse order of disassembly.

In this case, before assembly, it is necessary to lubricate the parts of the master cylinder with new brake fluid.

The cuff is installed on the piston with the working edge (arrow in the photo) inside the cylinder.

Install the slave cylinder in the reverse order of removal.

After installation, it is necessary to bleed the clutch release drive system