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Reparing Jinbei S50 clutch slave cylinder

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George Wilson
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What are the symptoms of a faulty slave cylinder on a Jinbei S50?

If the clutch slave cylinder develops any sort of leak internally or externally it may cause the pedal to feel spongy or mushy. The pedal may also sink all the way to the floor and stay there when depressed, and may not be able to properly disengage the clutch so the transmission can be safely shifted.

How much does it cost to replace a Jinbei S50 clutch slave cylinder?

The average cost for clutch slave cylinder replacement is between $207 and $247. Labor costs are estimated between $109 and $138 while parts are priced between $98 and $109. This range does not include taxes and fees, and does not factor in your specific vehicle or unique location. Related repairs may also be needed.

What are the two types of one way clutches?

There are two basic types of one-way clutches available: TCM uses metal springs as the clutch element, and the TCX series, which uses plastic springs as the clutch element. Primary applications are paper-feeding mechanisms in automated office equipment such as photocopiers, printers and facsimile machines.

Where is the slave cylinder located on a Jinbei S50?

The slave cylinder is mounted on the transmission or in the bell housing and connects to the clutch wrench, which puts pressure on the clutch release bearing and pressure plate. This causes the clutch to disengage allowing for free gear movement.

How full should clutch reservoir be on a Jinbei S50?

Fill the reservoir up to the maximum marking if the reservoir has one. It doesn't have to be filled to the brim. If the tank is too full, the fluid could spill or otherwise flood your vehicle's clutch system. Stop and clean spills right away as soon as you notice them.

How do you repair a leaking slave cylinder?

Clutch leaking fluid? Simple Fix. - So basically the new seal needs to fit all the way over that first lip. So you need to push it all the way. On. Just like that if that was a rifle it's just a dust cap.

What is a pull Jinbei S50 clutch?

The difference between a push type and pull type pressure plate is the way the clutch is disengaged. On the push type, the diaphragm is pushed by the release bearing when you press the clutch pedal. On a pull type, the release bearing pulls on the diaphragm to release the clutch.

Do you have to change the Jinbei S50 clutch when you change the slave cylinder?

In order to replace the clutch slave cylinder in your vehicle, the transmission must be removed. The clutch assembly most likely is worn. Assuming the clutch slave cylinder is leaking, I recommend replacing both.

Should I replace master cylinder and slave cylinder?

Symptoms that indicate you may need to replace the Clutch Master Cylinder & Slave Cylinder: Clutch pedal goes all the way to the floor. Clutch pedal does not return to position. Hydraulic fluid leaking around the clutch pedal.

How much does it cost to replace a slave cylinder for a Jinbei S50 clutch?

The average cost for clutch slave cylinder replacement is between $207 and $246. Labor costs are estimated between $109 and $138 while parts are priced between $97 and $108. This range does not include taxes and fees, and does not factor in your specific vehicle or unique location. Related repairs may also be needed.
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Comments on how to fix clutch slave cylinder on a Jinbei S50:
Covey
hey jafro hows it going. my car's clutch master cylinder is leaking which led mo to this particular video. i was searching online about clutch master cylinders and stumbled upon EXEDY slave and master kit. i cant find any reviews on them at all. i was wondering if these are good enuf or if you or a buddy had them. car is fully stock if that even maters. i do see you have an 'AISIN' slave in the video, searched for it and only found out only slaves but no clutch MC.
Ham
coming along very nicely! Great video love the updates she sure will be a fun little truck when your finished and you'll know everything about it! keep up the videos!
Shabab
Did you paint the roof black and the B pillar? I love the calm black top
Merrilee
I love watching your videos, even though I'll never attempt any of them. Will take delivery on a 1979 Series III next month and have some anxiety about finding a local mechanic. People keep telling me any good mechanic can work on an old (restored) Land Rover but your videos make me wonder. If the local guy get stuck, I'll sit him down with your excellent videos.
Lorelie
Hey Alex, Around 17:15, you said that the reason why you did all that work was because of the slave. How did it feel or how did you know of all things that the slave went bad?
Garnett
Been doing this for the past week appreciate the video helped alot. I have a 2003 ford ranger edge 3.0 manual transmission. And I also have to top 2 bolts, found that if you remove the passenger wheel and the cover you can get to the bolt up top on the passenger side fairly easy and after 3 days as well the top bolt was easy to access from behind the motor, didn't have to remove any mounts. Once again thanks for the video.
Madie
Did you ever find the fix I am having the same issue
Ginny
Sorry bro
Emmy
On my Comanche I can crank mine and throw it in gear without using clutch and it won't move, and I've already bled the lines and honed the slave cylinder?
Nat
My 2006 toyta tundra peddle leaks down and you can pull it up with ur foot but it will leak back down while you have the clutch pushed in.what caused this? I'm not loosing any fluid its still full
Huntly
Эх, куда же мы без своих жен)?! Даже машины не можем починить)
Stewart
Very simplistic car I love how they give you access to things. Of course back then they made a car that you can work on if you were the owner. Not so much now.
Caine
looks to me like this truck is more rat then rod,and the oneday builds you put out are more custom then what this ever seen before your hands straighten it out! itll be a fine truck once your finished with it!!