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Seat Clutch master cylinder replacement
Why Do Seat Clutch Master Cylinders Need To Be Replaced?
If your Seat is lucky enough to have a manual transmission then it will also have a clutch and a clutch master cylinder.
The clutch master cylinder on your Seat gives you the ability to shift your manual transmission smoothly. It acts as a place to amplify the clutch pedal pressure which is required to engage the clutch.
Clutch master cylinders use springs, pistons and seals to pressurise fluid and these can wear and fail over time. It's also important to check the Seat's clutch fluid as dirty or incorrect fluid can cause corrosion and damage.
If you notice your Seat is getting harder to change gears, grinding gears, the clutch pedal feels different, the clutch goes all the way to the floor, low fluid levels or you notice fluid leaking around the clutch pedal or even on your foot while your driving then it's probably time to replace the clutch master cylinder – that’s where AutoGuru comes in handy!