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The first applications of the use of hydraulic pressure were in mining and supplying water across great distances. Your Chevrolet Cobalt has a manual transmission, and it requires the clutch master cylinder to govern the movement of your clutch disc. Your Chevrolet Cobalt clutch master cylinder has a piston inside of it that compresses hydraulic fluid as the pedal depresses, and then sends it via a hose to the slave cylinder and fork on your clutch. On vehicles that don't use a clutch master cylinder, the release fork and clutch pedal would be connected via a cable that performs a similar task.
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