Today I had to change the clutch slave cylinder on my 1997 2.0 16v Tspark.
Took some pictures, maybe they will help someone in the future if they are deciding whether or not to change it themsleves.
This is how I did mine and is no way a definitive guide.
You will need the following tools :-
Rachet, with long and short extension
It took me about 30 minutes to remove, which included taking the pictures.
1. Remove the battery from the car, and move the cables out of the way as much as possible. You may need to unclip them from the battery tray.
This will expose the battery tray mounting bolts, including the hidden one underneath.
2. Remove the 3 battery tray mounting bolts, and then just loosen the hidden bolt underneath, as tray will then slide out.
Move the tray to one side, this will give you access to the clutch slave cylinder.
3. Remove the connectors from the holders on the bracket, this will expose the mounting bolts at the back of the bracket.
4. Clamp the rubber feed pipe for the hydraulic fluid, then remove the feed pipe from the cylinder.
5. Unscrew the mouting bolts and remove the cylinder.
Replacement is a reversal of the procedure, remembering the following:-
Remember to tighten bolts to specific torques.
Once the cylinder had been replaced on the car,before replacing the battery tray
, bleed system through to make sure there is no air in the clutch hydraulic system.