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Old 23 Jul 2018, 06:58 pm
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Default Clutch Master Removal

How do you get it out? I have both bolts out, now the wiring hardness and brake booster are preventing it from coming out. I cannot get to the pin on the bottom to remove the hose.
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Old 04 Aug 2018, 07:59 am
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Default Re: Clutch Master Removal

On my 2007 you have to unfasten brake booster and move it to the side a bit ( with all lines still connected) It's still tricky getting it out. Not sure if it's totally necessary to remove lower instrument panel bezel as mentioned below.

from '06 pt service manual:

1. Remove air cleaner assembly (1). 2. Disconnect battery negative cable.
PT CLUTCH 6 - 37
3. Remove lower instrument panel bezel (2).
4. Remove clip and disconnect the brake booster input rod from the brake pedal pin (1). 5. Remove the brake booster mounting nuts (2). 6. Slide brake booster forward enough to gain access to and remove clutch master cylinder. 7. Disconnect clutch master cylinder pushrod from clutch pedal. Inspect retainer bushing and replace if damaged in any way.
8. Remove two clutch master cylinder retaining nuts (2). 9. Remove PDC bracket and position out of way.
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