Toyota Quantum Clutch Slave Cylinder 2.7 VVTi 2TR FE
Delivery Nationwide - Door to Door
This is a brand new, affordable OE Specification aftermarket replacement product. 100% Factory tested and built to strict quality control standard to ensure high performance and guaranteed to deliver better fuel economy.
A hydraulic component, known as the slave cylinder, eliminates the need for adjustment by using fluid to engage and disengage the clutch. The slave cylinder is a small, hydraulic cylinder mounted inside or outside of the transmission. When you press the clutch pedal, brake fluid presses the slave cylinder's piston outward against the clutch fork or the pressure plate. The clutch then separates from the engine flywheel, stopping the transfer of energy from the engine to the transmission. The slave cylinder receives its fluid from either the clutch master cylinder or the brake master cylinder, depending on the vehicle. No matter where the fluid comes from, the clutch master cylinder uses the same fluid as the brake system.
When a clutch pedal is pressed, the master cylinder applies pressure to the slave cylinder, causing the clutch to release. If the slave cylinder is faulty, the clutch will malfunction, preventing a vehicle from properly shifting gears. Several symptoms are indicative of a slave cylinder problem. The way a clutch pedal feels when pressed will often indicate if a slave cylinder is faulty. The clutch might feel loose or soft and may not shift into action, even when the pedal is pressed completely to the floor. This occurs when a seal inside the slave cylinder starts leaking, allowing air to seep in. Monitoring clutch fluid levels may help with diagnosing a bad slave cylinder. If a slave cylinder is leaking, clutch fluid levels are quickly depleted and need frequent refills. If the clutch fluid is below the normal level immediately after a refill, or within a short time, check the cylinder for cracks or holes that might allow seepage. Fluid leaking from a slave cylinder indicates a problem. Internal leaks are the most common and are diagnosed by examining the cylinder. Sometimes cracks in the cylinder are not visible and squeezing the bottom part of it, called the boot, will help reveal any weak spots on the surface. Also, look for spilled fluid, medium to dark red in colour, on the ground below the slave cylinder. Leaking from a master cylinder can produce symptoms similar to slave cylinder leaks. To be sure of the leak source, inspect the inside of both the master and slave cylinders.
OE Numbers used for reference purposes only
Suitable Replacement for - (Including International Vehicles)
Toyota Quantum 2.7 VVTi 2TR Fe
Ships via Berco - Door to Door - R 99.00
International Buyers, please ask for shipping quotation first.
Guarantee / Returns
This part carries a 3 month / 15000KM guarantee. Fitment must be carried out by an accredited repair centre, e.g. RMI accreditation
Returns are permitted within guarantee period. Buyer must obtain reference number before returning.
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