After the clutch master cylinder of the car is damaged, it will cause the vehicle to have no clutch, because the clutch master cylinder generates hydraulic pressure. After the driver steps on the clutch pedal, the clutch master cylinder compresses the clutch oil, and the pressure is transmitted to the clutch cylinder through the pipeline. The wheel pump converts hydraulic pressure into thrust. Push the clutch release bearing, so that the engine power cannot be transmitted to the gearbox, thus realizing the clutch release.
Therefore, when the clutch master cylinder is damaged, it cannot be smoothly or shifted.
The damage to the clutch master cylinder is generally caused by the poor sealing of the leather cup of the clutch master cylinder. After the leather cup is damaged, the clutch oil leaks and the hydraulic pressure generated when the clutch pedal is stepped on is leaked, so that the normal hydraulic pressure cannot be achieved. When enough pressure reaches the clutch cylinder, it cannot push the release bearing, and the clutch pressure plate needs a relatively large thrust to push.
Another is that the clutch oil is not changed for a long time, which leads to the deterioration of the clutch oil, the high internal water content, and the corrosion of the clutch cylinder or master cylinder, which may easily cause the clutch master cylinder or cylinder to be stuck, resulting in no return, and thus the effect of the clutch cannot be achieved.
Brake oil is also generally used for clutch oil, because brake oil is also hydraulically transmitted pressure, and the brake master cylinder pushes the four-wheel brake cylinder to generate braking force.
The clutch oil is generally replaced with the replacement cycle of the brake oil, that is, the clutch oil is replaced when the brake oil is changed.
To learn more, please refer to: Custom Automotive Brake Master Cylinders Manufacturer