On this site I've seen the note that on some cars it is a good idea to replace the slave cylinder when the clutch is replaced in order to save costs over having it done later. Is this necessary on my car? I received one quote in which the slave cylinder was included without my having asked for it to be.
Do I need to have my slave cylinder replaced when having my clutch done? on 2003 Hyundai Elantra
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