Using a 7/64 in. (3mm) punch to drive out the roll pin, disconnect the hydraulic line from the slave cylinder assembly. Immediately cap or plug all openings to prevent system contamination or excessive fluid loss.
The prior is to remove line from clutch master cylinder to remove from slave cylinder locate plug outside of transmission housing take 2 flat head screwdrivers and place one on each side of plastic ring on plug depress plastic ring with both screwdrivers at same time and give plug a firm pull to release
you must drive the roll pin out where the line goes into the slave cylinder its a real small pin. can use a small punch or nail to remove.
Which part do you want to replace? The slave cylider or the master cylinder? The hydraulic line and master cylinder.
If memory serves me right, you press in on the collar at the cylinder and hold it in while you pull on the line.
slave is on passenger side near your starter// follow the line from the master cylinder if you get under the truck behind the front passenger wheel you won't be able to miss it.
It is mounted on the front side of the transmission, It will have a black plastic line coming from it and going up to the clutch master cylinder.
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
If I am understanding the part you are talking about the. It is the metal line that goes into the slave cylinder that attaches to the rubber hose from the slave cylinder... Depending on your slave cylinder it is/was held in by a plastic horseshoe style clip that could have broke from a stress fracture manufacturer defect or overheating
you must remove the clutch slave cylinder and line. Then unbolt the starser and install the new one
yes,open bleeder valve on cluch slave cylinder and clutch damper to release air.
Perhaps slave cylinder, line or fitting leaking?
its located underneath the passenger side of the truck bolted onto the transmission with a line attatched to it.
Yes. If either cylinder or the line fails, you lose the clutch pedal. Slave cylinder is a good place to start.