dodge caliber clutch schematic The typical hydraulic system on Dodge Caliber consists of a master cylinder (2), slave cylinder (5), and an interconnecting fluid line. hydraulic fluid is supplied by the brake system via the brake master cylinder reservoir (1). The pedal pushrod (4) is adjustable. On some models, the slave cylinder is integrated with the release bearing.

The hydraulic system is responsible for engaging and disengaging the . Depressing the pedal develops fluid pressure in the master cylinder. This pressure is transmitted to the slave cylinder through a connecting line. Slave cylinder force transmits through the integral release bearing, which is in contact with the pressure plate diaphragm spring. As additional force is applied, the bearing depresses the diaphragm spring fingers inward on the fulcrums. The action moves the pressure plate rearward, relieving clamping force on the disc.

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