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I am ordering Adler components from Japan. Will generic components like Dorman be just as reliable?

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Will replacing the Master Cylinder solve this issue? Its like a delayed reaction when i release the clutch pedal, like it slowly returns to normal position and has an annoying squeaking sound noticeable in the driver seat.

Also, is it recommended to change out the Slave cylinder at that time too? Should any other components be replaced or inspected? Thanks.
 

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My squeaking came from the slave cylinder piston where it meets the clutch fork. A finger tip full of grease cleared it up.
 
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The fact that your pedal is not returning to normal is a problem. You have air in the oil line of the clutch so you might need to replace both the Master and Slave cylinders and bleed out the line with new oil. Both Slave and Master cylinders aren't too expensive on eBay, look for the exedy brand. I recently replaced mine and they are working fine.
 
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