You will need to remove the transmission to replace the clutch slave.
You can't, there is no adjustment. Time to replace clutch, slave cylinder or clutch master cylinder. 1 of the 3.
The clutch master cylinder on a Chevy S10 is replaced by disconnecting the metal lines, unscrewing the retaining bolts, and removing it from the housing. A new master cylinder can then be put into place and reattached.
This is not for beginners. You have to drain the transmission, remove the axles, remove the transmission, install the new cylinder, then replace the transmission, axles, add new synchromesh fluid to the tranny, and bleed the clutch hydraulics. You can get the whole procedure from Autozone's website.
Need to know how to assemble 95 Chevy clutch master cylinder?
It is inside of the transmission bell housing. You will have to remove the transmission to service it.
Yes you do. It is inside of the bell housing.
you must remove the clutch slave cylinder and line. Then unbolt the starser and install the new one
Which part do you want to replace? The slave cylider or the master cylinder? The hydraulic line and master cylinder.
This is a far reaching question that needs more clarification. There are cylinders where the pistons are located. If you have a clutch then you have a clutch master and slave cylinder. On the brakes you have a master cylinder and wheel cylinders. And the beat goes on. You need to distinguish as to which cylinder you are referring.
There is NO adjustment, You must replace the clutch set to bring the pedal back to the right position. You also need to make sure the clutch slave cylinder/ master cylinder is good before replacing clutch assy.
YES you sure do.