MINI factory OEM replacement Clutch Slave Cylinder for the 1st generation MINI Cooper non-S models including 2002-2004 R50 Hardtop
Oem Clutch Slave Cylinder Mini Cooper Non-s R50 Gen1

Oem Clutch Slave Cylinder Mini Cooper Non-s R50 Gen1

Oem Clutch Slave Cylinder Mini Cooper Non-s R50 Gen1

Oem Clutch Slave Cylinder Mini Cooper Non-s R50 Gen1

Oem Clutch Slave Cylinder Mini Cooper Non-s R50 Gen1

Oem Clutch Slave Cylinder Mini Cooper Non-s R50 Gen1

Oem Clutch Slave Cylinder Mini Cooper Non-s R50 Gen1
Selected: NMG7616
Oem Clutch Slave Cylinder Mini Cooper Non-s R50 Gen1
MINI Clutch Slave for Cooper to 06/2004
Qty:
$85.95
Alternate Products
Mini Cooper Clutch Slave Cylinder Value Line R52 R53
$40.95 Mini Cooper Clutch Slave Cylinder Value Line R52 R53

MINI Factory OEM replacement Clutch Slave Cylinder. The plastic body of this unit makes this slave cylinder rather delicate and can lead to failure when clutch components fail.

Fits the following models:

2002-06/2004 R50 MINI Cooper (non-S) Hatchback

For the Clutch Hydraulic Lines, see NMG7625-P.

Recommended items for: NMG7616
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This Item (NMG7616) Fits the following cars:
  • 2004
  • MINI Cooper
  • R50 Hatchback /Hardtop
  • Automatic
  • 2004
  • MINI Cooper
  • R50 Hatchback /Hardtop
  • Manual
  • 2004
  • MINI Cooper S
  • R53 Hatchback /Hardtop
  • Manual
  • 2003
  • MINI Cooper
  • R50 Hatchback /Hardtop
  • Automatic
  • 2003
  • MINI Cooper
  • R50 Hatchback /Hardtop
  • Manual
  • 2003
  • MINI Cooper S
  • R53 Hatchback /Hardtop
  • Manual
  • 2002
  • MINI Cooper
  • R50 Hatchback /Hardtop
  • Automatic
  • 2002
  • MINI Cooper
  • R50 Hatchback /Hardtop
  • Manual
  • 2002
  • MINI Cooper S
  • R53 Hatchback /Hardtop
  • Manual
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MINI Cooper Clutch Slave Cylinder bleeding can be fast & easy with simple instructions from the experts at MiniMania.com. Great prices on parts.
R55 / R56 MCS Clutch Bleeding Instructions
Created: March 29, 2011
The clutch operates using brake fluid. It draws off the brake fluid reservoir via a black tube on the side. Fluid flows from the reservoir into the cylinder above the clutch pedal (when there is a negative pressure). Then when the pedal is pushed the pedal cylinder pushes fluid through the tube into the clutch slave cylinder which activates the clutch.
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