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Clutch Slave Cylinder for 1988 Porsche 944

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Replacement OE Replacement Clutch Slave Cylinder

This OE comparable Replacement Clutch Slave Cylinder restore the smooth operation of your vehicle's clutch system.

  • OE comparable part
  • Affordable replacement for broken or damaged part
  • Comes with 1-year unlimited mileage warranty

Replacement brand parts are the most affordable solution for your replacement needs! Replacement specializes in body parts and lighting products; it also stocks OE comparable electrical, brakes, suspension, intake, exhaust, cooling and heating parts. All Replacement brand items are backed by 1-year, unlimited-mileage warranty.

Replacement Clutch Slave Cylinder, Direct Fit, Sold Individually, 1-2 Business Days
$73.71 List Price $86.98 Save $13.27 Availability: In Stock
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  • SKU#: REPP319201
  • Warranty: 1-year, unlimited-mileage warranty
Fits the following 1988 Porsche 944 submodels:
  • 4 Cyl 2.5L | Base, S, Turbo

Beck Arnley Clutch Slave Cylinder

Restoring your car or truck's transmission structure is going to be simpler with Beck Arnley Clutch Slave Cylinder. Do not just wait around for your automobile to have problems with general performance reduction and risk sudden break down. Change your faulty clutch slave cylinder with something that fulfills or exceeds OEM technical specs. Change them with Beck Arnley Clutch Slave Cylinder. Having the key benefits of original equipment equivalent design, superior quality materials, and highly developed production processes, Beck Arnley Clutch Slave Cylinder delivers dependable performance and flexibility.

OEM parts replacement is among the least difficult solutions to bring back a car or truck's transmission system to its best shape. The restoration process only gets complex when warning signs of damage and wear are unnoticed for a while that they've already compromised the stability of the adjoining parts or the whole car itself. When components start deteriorating, it is wise to swiftly search for the necessary auto components and start vehicle repairs right away to reestablish your ride quality and stop growing restoration charges.

Beck Arnley Clutch Slave Cylinder, Direct Fit, Sold Individually, 1-2 Business Days
$116.32 List Price $137.26 Save $20.94 Availability: In Stock
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  • SKU#: 072-8288
  • Slave Cylinder Finish: Natural
  • Slave Cylinder Material: Aluminum
  • Warranty: 90-day or 4,000-mile Beck Arnley limited warranty
Fits the following 1988 Porsche 944 submodels:
  • All Engines | All Submodels

FTE Clutch Slave Cylinder

If it's time to replace your clutch slave cylinder, FTE provides the ideal OE quality auto component to help you fix your transmission system into better shape. It comes with the exact structure of the stock clutch slave cylinder that was installed with your vehicle so that you could be certain of its general performance.

FTE Clutch Slave Cylinder, Sold Individually, Same Day - 1 Business Day
$84.95 List Price $162.02 Save $77.07 Availability: In Stock
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  • SKU#: W0133-1614082
Fits the following 1988 Porsche 944 submodels:
  • 4 Cyl 2.5L | Base, S, Turbo
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"Installation of this slave cylinder is straight forward . However, without ramps or a lift it is difficult to access the underside of the vehicle. Once accessed simply remove the starter motor and then the cylinder is right there to work on. Change out the cylinder fill the reservoir with fluid. Pump the clutch a few times with a pipe on the bleed nipple in a jar and each time verify that there is sufficient fluid to cover the clutch feed on "top" of the reservoir???. When pumped a few times tighten the bleed nipple and drive a few days and the clutch will "bleed itself" in a few days." posted by: Jdb007 on July 27, 2009