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Oil Leaking from here... What is this part?

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  1. LA_Rari_22

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  3. LA_Rari_22

    LA_Rari_22 Rookie

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    Clutch slave cylinder... I answered my own question. LOL
     
  4. AndruL

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    Good, it pays to do your own research...
     
  5. spicedriver

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    That hydraulic fluid is corrosive. Make sure to put something under it, so it doesn't get on the frame, and brake line parts.
     
  6. theunissenguido

    theunissenguido Formula 3
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    A set of Seals you find at redbaycars.be. I change my slave cilinder seal every 2 years. Easy to do and prevents pitching the slave interior metal. You can leave the whole cilinder is place, just remove the sealing ring inside, piston will drop when pumping your pedal.
     
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  8. MvT

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    Often it is the clutch slave cylinder indeed! However, there is another location where you see the leakage in the same area and perhaps both locations leak ;) There is a tube traveling towards the oil sump and there it could leuk as it is exposed to the heat of the exhaust manifold and the tube becomes hard and cracks (green arrow).

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  9. LA_Rari_22

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    Thank you all for the responses...

    I have ordered the part (Part # 107867), hope it solves the problem. On the new part I noticed the rubber boot tapers in at the bottom where the rod goes. hope to work as its the correct part number

    SO the brake and clutch reservoir is in the Frunk to the driver side right??
     
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  10. MvT

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    Yup
     
  11. moysiuan

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    I suggest you replace the clutch slave hose, it takes a lot of heat from the header and can perish. It is not a big deal to do this while you are replacing the cylinder itself, and the hose is available from eg. AW Italian at a reasonable price.
     
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