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Slave Clutch Cylinder brand make a difference?


PamPoovey
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I bought my 02 in 2016, and the clutch sticks when it's 80º or higher outside. I am guessing something that may be deteriorated rubber is relaxing too much when it gets to a certain temperature. Does a brand matter? I would like something that is going to truly last.  I saw on a Nissan part's site about a Nabco brand.  I've also read about a NAPA/ ALTROM brand. I don't want any made in China crap. Any brands you recommend and how long has it been going strong? 

 

Thanks in advance!

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12 hours ago, ramdala said:

Hi, I'am having the same problem on a 02, but on cold weather. I have bought a nissan repair kit but not installed yet...

 

 Weird!  I wish I knew more to help. 

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