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Is the slave cylinder on my civic 2.2d concentric? Garage saying that if its concentric then it's too big a job for them to take on.

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Concentric slave cylinder means internal of the gearbox bell housing

In a nutshell if the slave cylinder is external of the gearbox then its easier to replace and it operates via a clutch fork

A concentric slave cylinder works internal of the bell housing so therefore needs a complete gearbox removal
 

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I just came back to the car and found 2 bolts lying in the footwell, no idea where they came from though
 

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The bolts aren't sheared off or anything, when I put the pedal down there is a pin going through a hole and nothing connecting it, here's hoping I'm gonna get off lightly here
 

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It's not concentric on the 8th gen. It bolts to the outside of the box on the front side towards the radiator
 

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Yeah the bolts look perfect, hoping that they just need put in and tightened, that would be a bonus.
 

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When I bought the car from Arnold Clark they changed it because of the squeaky clutch, might be giving them a call
 

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When I bought the car from Arnold Clark they changed it because of the squeaky clutch, might be giving them a call
if it is the master cylinder bolts then i would tell them ,just say the master cylinder bolts have popped out and you guys fitted the cylinder..
 
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