Remove the exaust pipes. Remove the transmission. It is located inside the bell housing section of the transmission.
5-SPD: To remove the clutch you first have to disconnect the hydraulic line that feeds the slave cylinder the hydraulic fluid. for that a special tool is required to push and pulll on the fitting. the tool costs about $10 ive used a bbq fork before its up to you. Once that is done, you remove drivelines, unplug all electrical connectors, remove the shifter from the top of transmission, put a jack under transmission, remove crossmember, unbolt the bellhousing from engine and pull out the transmission. 4SPD: To remove the hydraulic slave cylinder you do not need to remove the transmission, it is sitting on the outside of the transmission on the driver side of it. to replace the slave you simply disconnect it and unbolt it.
You will need to remove Transmission, And you will see it in the bellhouseing. 4 bolts hold it in place.
If the line is connected directly, without a banjo, or flare fitting, then you will have to loosen the line, unbolt the slave cylinder, and twist the slave cylinder to unscrew the line.
You should see a white sleeve around the fitting that is at the transmission. Slide this sleeve toward the transmission while pulling on the line.
It is on the input shaft of the transmission (inside the bellhousing). to remove it you need to remove the transmission enough to slide the input shaft, remove the hydraulic lines that control it and slide it off the shaft.
You will need to remove the transmission. Remove the clutch plate retaining bolts. Remove the clutch linkage. Remove the clutch retaining bolts.
push in line pull back teflon sleeve evenly then pull back
Yes , the slave cylinder for a HYDRAULIC clutch is inside the manual transmission bellhousing. It slides over the transmission input shaft and is bolted to the transmission
Remove the transmission. Remove the clutch plate and springs. Remove the clutch. Reverse the process to install the new clutch.
you have to have fan clutch wrenches
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Remove the transmission.
There is no cable, it is hydraulic operated.
To change the clutch you need to remove the engine, the transmission or both. The clutch is BEWEEN the engine and transmission and you can't get it off without separating them.
Have to remove the transmission for that.
It's just a bolt on fitting, back it off counter clock-wise
If this is a 5 spd S-10 2000, .... Then disconnect the hydraulic clutch cable from the transmission. Remove the bolts that hold the bed to the frame. Jack up the bed of the truck to give yourself about 6-8 inches. This will allow you to reach the bolts to the bell housing. Make sure you remove the gear shifter, boot cover too. Drop the drive line, remove the exaust pipes from the manifold and get them out of your way. place a transmission jack under the transmission and begin removing the bell housing bolts. Once the bolts are removedbring the transmission down and back. when you can see the hydraulic clutch, simply remove it and replace. Ensure you bleed off all air from the clutch once you re-install the transmission. (Raising the bed of the truck is the only way you will get to the bell housing bolts and allow yourself room to bring the transmission back and down).
emoved trans and replace clutch and pp now gear shiffter is real sloppy in floor mounted any sujustions
first you remove shiter boot and remove shifter and you dismount driveshaft or shafts if 4 wheel drive un hook the wiring for the transmission and transfer case if 4 wheel drive remove the clutch slave cylinder undo all the belhouse bolts put transmiss jack under transmission and remove rear cross member pull the transmission toward the rear so that the main shaft is clear of clutch the exhaust may have to be removed lower transmission onto ground take the clutch mount bolts off and then remove the fly wheel and get the fly wheel cut when re assemblem use a clutch linin tool too install clutch properly lined this will alow main trans shaft to go through clutch easier
you need to remove the transmission then unbolt the clutch from the flywheel.
First remove front axels, then remove the transmission, undo clutch bell housing. Add on new clutch pressure plate.....new clutch bell housing......put the transmission back in and axels
You remove it and change the clutch packs.
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.
I am assuming you have the driveshaft out. The next thing to do is remove the exhaust pipe section that goes between the manifold and the flange just after the catalytic converter. Remove the hydraulic clutch line on the left side of the bell housing by pushing the white plastic bushing in all the way then remove the line. remove the nut holding the trans mount to the cross member remove ALL the bell housing to motor bolts slide the transmission back to get the input shaft out of the clutch VERY CAREFULLY remove the trans from the truck. this might be easier if you place a hydraulic jack under it first.