Microcar Clutch Hydraulics
Most modern cars adopt the Hydraulic Clutch system to disengage and reengage the clutch. The Microcar Hydraulic Clutch system is generally made up of a master cylinder and slave cylinder. Hydraulic Clutch systems use clutch fluid stored in the master cylinder as a medium to apply the hydraulic pressure needed to disengage the clutch. This pressure is transferred to the slave cylinder that disengages the clutch.
Clutch fluid levels should be checked regularly to make sure there are sufficient amounts for the Microcar Hydraulic Clutch to operate. Low levels of clutch fluid, a leaking system or air in the system can reduce the performance of a Hydraulic Clutch. Loss of power, slipping gears and a stuck clutch can are the most common symptoms of Microcar Hydraulic Clutch failure.