CLUTCH MASTER CYLINDER
Revision: October 2006 2006 Maxima
CLUTCH MASTER CYLINDER PFP:30610
Removal and Installation of Clutch Master Cylinder
1. Drain the brake fluid from the clutch hydraulic system.
Do not splash brake fluid on painted areas; it may cause paint damage. If brake fluid is splashed
on painted areas, wash it away with water immediately.
2. Remove clutch line using a flare nut wrench.
3. Remove hose clamp and hose from clutch master cylinder.
4. Remove snap pin from clevis pin, then remove clevis pin from push rod and clevis.
5. Remove the clutch master cylinder nuts, then remove the clutch master cylinder from the vehicle.
1. Check position of clevis and push rod. If measurement is outside
standard length, adjust position of clevis and push rod.
2. Connect the clutch line to the master cylinder assembly, and
hand-tighten the flare nut.
3. Install the master cylinder assembly, tighten the nuts to specification.
4. Install clutch reservoir tank hose and hose clamp to the clutch master cylinder assembly.
5. Tighten the clutch line flare nut to specification using a flare nut torque wrench.
1. Clutch master cylinder 2. Return spring 3. Piston assembly
4. Push rod 5. Stopper 6. Stopper ring
7. Clevis 8. Hose clamp 9. Hose
10. Reservoir cap 11. Reservoir tank 12. Bracket
13. Nipple 14. Pin
Length ?L? : 119.5 mm (4.70 in)
Clutch master cylinder nuts : 7.8 ? 10.8 N·m (0.8 ? 1.6 kg-m, 9 ? 12 ft-lb)