There are many important components of the clutch system that have to work properly in order to engage the clutch. One of the most important parts is the clutch slave cylinder. The slave cylinder mounts to the actual transmission, and it takes the pressure from the clutch master cylinder and engages the actual clutch action. If you are not getting the proper action from your clutch, there is a good chance that one or both of your clutch cylinders are failing. You should always use a high quality OEM or better replacement part, such as a Sachs Clutch Slave Cylinder, whenever you are working on your clutch system. A Sachs Clutch Slave Cylinder in many vehicles is far simpler to replace than your master cylinder. The symptoms of failure may be the same, so replace the slave cylinder first if you are searching for the right repair. The Sachs Clutch Slave Cylinder is considerably less expensive than the master cylinder, so if you are wrong, it will not be as much of a blow to your wallet. Sachs is a name that is practically synonymous with clutch systems, and they manufacture clutch components for over 500 automakers. With that kind of experience, you can be confident that your replacement Sachs Clutch Slave Cylinder will be up to the challenge of shifting your car or truck. Gearhead enthusiasts should always get superlative sales assistance while shopping for dependable car parts from us. Thus, we've established a round-the-clock customer service bureau to support all your questions. Everybody hates to pay for shipping, that's why you get FREE shipping for every order $50 and higher. If you spot a better price somewhere else, call us - we will beat any advertised price for auto parts.