Part Number Request: Clutch Master / Slave Cylinder

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Part Number Request: Clutch Master / Slave Cylinder

Post by nerox » Mon Feb 15, 2010 4:01 pm

for a 2001 R/T ?

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Post by Danteneon » Mon Feb 15, 2010 4:17 pm

I assume this is for your car which is RHD, yes? If so...

The master and slave cylinder are now one unit. However, there is a bracket and screws that they say are needed as well. I have no info on what the bracket is or how many screws you need, but I think it is two.

Clutch Master and Slave, part #4668331AC...MSRP $164.00 USD

Bracket, part #4670237AB...MSRP $22.85 USD

Screws, part #6101614...MSRP $1.45 USD each

The prices I listed will vary greatly over there I'm sure.
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Post by nerox » Sat Feb 20, 2010 2:25 pm

i have contacted chrysler here in the UK and they say they are seperate units? but they do agree that a bracket and a bolt is needed???
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Post by occasional demons » Sat Feb 20, 2010 2:43 pm

They most likely have the older stock. Either way, it will work. You can bet it would be the same here. If they had old stock sitting on their shelves, it will be sold, before they order the new design to sell.
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Post by nerox » Sat Feb 20, 2010 4:44 pm

anyone got a picture of the seperate units compared to the all-in-one unit so i can see which one is on my car, i really dont know what they would look like otherwise

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Post by occasional demons » Sat Feb 20, 2010 5:48 pm

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LHD part, but you get the idea.
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Post by nerox » Sun Feb 21, 2010 5:53 am

ok, so thats basically the whole thing except the slave cylinder? them drawings make it look so confusing.

chrysler want about $300 per cylinder and every other shop i contacted give me a diifferent part number or size or spec of the cylinder so nobody seems to really know which one it is!

ahhhh so confusing !!!

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Post by occasional demons » Sun Feb 21, 2010 12:49 pm

This should be the PN's for the RHD separate pieces.

Item 10 master 4668330AD $170 US

Item 15 slave 4668331AB $153.00 US

It appears the slave is the same for lhd/rhd. Which would make sense, since at that point they would not need to be different.
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4668631AD is the domestic pn for the Master cyl.
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Post by sidepipe87 » Mon Oct 28, 2013 12:27 pm

Does anyone know if this is the PN for the entire master/slave/reservoir assembly for a LHD car? If not does anyone have it?

Clutch Master and Slave, part #4668331AC...MSRP $164.00 USD

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Post by occasional demons » Mon Oct 28, 2013 7:49 pm

Danteneon wrote: Clutch Master and Slave, part #4668331AC...MSRP $164.00 USD

Should be, in the above pic, Item 5 is the complete assembled prefilled assy.

They used to sell them separate, but now it is all one assembled unit. Probably too many issues with getting it bled, or the Techs were losing their asses time wise, getting it working properly.

MSRP is now: $185.00

I would call and verify before ordering online, just to be safe.

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Maybe not I thought I read somewhere they were all one unit now. It may just be the Master and tubing, and you need to buy the slave separately.

This is from the '05 parts:

4668631AD ECB DD5 ACTUATOR, Hydraulic Clutch $209.00

4668331AC ECB DD5 CYLINDER, Clutch Slave, With Tube $185

They do not show it as a superseded number for either, so they may not be sold as one assy. $394 is a hell of a lot of cash for all of it. :/

Almost makes me want to do an ATX swap if mine ever fails. Well, at least give the $$$ to ASP for one of their hydro kits.


SRT
5037340AA EDV DDR CYLINDER, Clutch Master $132

5037339AB EDV DDR CYLINDER, Clutch Slave $185

Interesting the SRT Master is cheaper. I really didn't realize they were different. It seems the pedals are the most referred to thing needed for a swap. Makes one wonder if the SRT master can be used in place of the SE master. :-k

Again, I would call and verify before ordering to be sure they are two individual parts, or a complete assy.
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Post by sidepipe87 » Tue Oct 29, 2013 7:38 am

The SRT one is wayyy cheaper however the slave cylinder is different so it wouldn't be a direct fit unfortunately. For $300 i had to go the Rock Auto route. Got an entire pre bled assembly for $126 shipped. I didn't want to go aftermarket but i can't justify spending that much for the oem. Thanks for your help Bill!
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