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How and where do you change a slave cylinder for a 1993 Chevy S10 manual pick up?

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2006-03-18 20:43:32
2006-03-18 20:43:32

The slave cylinder on my s10 in on the driver side of the transmision. There are only 2 nuts that have to be removed to take the slave cylinder off. Then u must take out the pins to remove the clutch line.. Hope this helps

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