you must remove the transmission, two bolts hold the slave on the front of the trans, and be sure to disconnect the hydrolic line ( no easy task)
The line is removed by pushing out the little pin near the end of the slave using a punch(hard part described above) once the pin is removed the line will slide off the slave.
**watch for an oring it will fall out and you will lose it .. DONT u need it. the install is the reverse acccpt your need to bleed the slave the same way you do brakes.
You will have to remove the transmission and then look inside of the bellhousing and you will see the slave cylinder bolted in with 2 10mm bolts. remove the 2 bolts and slide the slave cylinder off the jack shaft.
Yes you do. It is inside of the bell housing.
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to replace the clutch slave cylinder... 1. remove the two bolts that hold the slave cylinder to the bellhousing. 2. hang it from a piece of wire..NOT by the braided hose. 3. remove the little pin that holds the cylinder to the hose. ***fluid will leak out of the braided hose... 4. When the fluid has stopped, install in the reverse order...
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
Probably remove the transmissionm if its a internal slave, if external then its mounted on the outside of the tranny. The master clutch cylinder is located on the firewall. Bleed the system and pump the hell out of the clutch after installing the new slave. : On a 99 GST it is an external cylinder (2) 10mm bolts remove the line replace cylinder bleed system.
The hydraulic clutch reservoir is attached to the firewall. The hydraulic clutch slave cylinder is in front of the transmission. The transmission would have to be dropped to gain access to the slave cylinder.
==This operation requires special tools.== Remove the steering wheel, and tilt assembly, you can then see a black screw above the rounded area for the lock cylinder, remove this screw and the cylinder will then pull out.
inside the transmission. http://www.2carpros.com/forum/1996-chevy-s-10-clutch-vt132269.html
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The slave cylinder is located on the driver side of your bell housing going to your motor. Its a cylinder about the size of a roll of quarters.. maybe a little bigger.
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The started on a 1996 Chevy S10 4 cylinder is located under the battery and to the right. With the right tools and time it is not hard to replace.Ê
There are screws
It should be very close to the clutch bellhousing itself. Follow the hydraulic line from the clutch master cylinder down. I hope this helps you. it's actually inside the tranny between the motor and tranny good luck .....chevy boy
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Hi, The slave cylinder is on the side of the transmission. The hydraulic clutch system bleeder valve is on the slave cylinder. If you're bleeding the cluth, remember to have a jar and some clear plastic to bleed the system and never re-use the fluid you remove from the clutch master cylinder or the slave cylinder. Good luck and I hope it's a warm day for you. Please remember to use jack stands or heavy metal ramps. Steve H.
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Remove the bolts from each corner.
by hand :)