How do you change the clutch slave cylinder on a 94 Isuzu Rodeo?
First, check under the truck to see if it is the hose itself or the little copper washer between the hose and the slave cylinder that leaks. if it`s leaking from the front of the cylinder, change the cylinder. First you need to remove a little plate on the side of the transmission to be able to see inside the transmission when you will insert the cylinder pin back in the fork. you need a 14mm deep socket to remove the cylinder (2)bolts and a 5/8 wrench to remove the hose. remove the hose first.
Aside from bleeding the clutch cylinder there is a very slight adjustment on the clutch cylinder plunger that is attached to the clutch pedal. You can loosen the jam nut on the link and if it like mine you can twist the rod in or out by hand otherwise you will have to pull the pin and drop the link to turn it
Isuzu rodeo 4 cylinder sparkplug change very important remove the cables and sparkplugs 1 at a time so you wont confuse the cables later on. i got a 97 4 cylinder. you will need 2 small extensions to reach the sparkplugs. on the top right you will have to remove with a Philip screwdriver the air hose(aprox. 3" thick) to have easy access to the sparkplugs.
Make sure you disconnect the slave cylinder and take out of the transmission before you remove the transmission. Remove transmission, remove pressure plate & throw out bearing, and your clutch will fall off. Then just do in reverse - make sure you line the splines on the clutch. You can get an alignment tool from the parts house to make the transmission go in easier.