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cecil

clutch master cylinder

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hello

i'm a new member with fiesta finesse 2003.

great site - already found out about sump drain plug in the first minute.

i have lost clutch pedal - plastic actuator between pedal and cylinder broken. thought i would have ago at fitting new master. i am having a problem with refitting pedal return spring.

has anyone had this problem?

cecil

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hello

i'm a new member with fiesta finesse 2003.

great site - already found out about sump drain plug in the first minute.

i have lost clutch pedal - plastic actuator between pedal and cylinder broken. thought i would have ago at fitting new master. i am having a problem with refitting pedal return spring.

has anyone had this problem?

cecil

what problem are you exactly having , can't get it on, can't remember where it fits , let us know.

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what problem are you exactly having , can't get it on, can't remember where it fits , let us know.

Hi craggy

Thanks for replying

The problem was the tension on the spring made it difficult to align the clutch pedal pin.

After a number of attempts, i managed to do it. I just wondered if there is an easier way to fit the spring.

I am back on the road again now, but i am beginning to wonder if i should have fitted a new spring.

Is it possible to fit a new spring, without removing the pedal and master cylinder assembly?

cecil

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Hi craggy

Thanks for replying

The problem was the tension on the spring made it difficult to align the clutch pedal pin.

After a number of attempts, i managed to do it. I just wondered if there is an easier way to fit the spring.

I am back on the road again now, but i am beginning to wonder if i should have fitted a new spring.

Is it possible to fit a new spring, without removing the pedal and master cylinder assembly?

cecil

you should be okay with the old spring , i think you can replace the spring without removing the master cylinder , but i can't be 100% certain, i wouldn't personally bother putting a new spring on if everything feels okay.

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