How do you replace a slave cylinder 1991 ford 4 wheel drive?


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2011-09-12 20:46:38
2011-09-12 20:46:38

I'm pretty sure that on that vehicle the slave cylinder is located inside the transmssion

which means the transmission must be removed to replace it

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You have to pull the driveshaft then the transfer case,for 4-wheel drive.Remove the shifter to the top of transmission and the 4-wheel drive shifter, all connections,Support the transmission disconnect the slave cylinder hose at the slave cylinder.Pull the transmission.You will then see the slave cylinder and throw out bearing. Get a shop manual for details

The slave cylinder for a manual transmission hydraulic clutch is inside the manual transmission bellhousing

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4 cylinder or 6 cylinder, 4 wheel drive or 2 wheel drive, need to know what you have cause they are all different. It is a 4 wheel drive, 6 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.

its located underneath the passenger side of the truck bolted onto the transmission with a line attatched to it.

take the brake line out of the back of the wheel cylinder, pull the brake pads off and then take the 2 bolts out of the back of the cylinder and pull the wheel cylinder out.

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overhauling a cylinder is a job for a pro, and not recommended...replace it with a new one..

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Engine- 6 or 8brake, one master cylinder, two wheel cylindersclutch, one master and one slave cylinder.Engine- 6 or 8brake, one master cylinder, two wheel cylindersclutch, one master and one slave cylinder.

dont have one,check your slave cylinder for leaks,if ok ,then u need a new clutch.

You have to install the master cylinder that is compatible with your truck otherwise if will not work. There is really no difference in a 2wd & 4wd when it comes to the master cylinder.

From the passenger side,get under truck and look at side front of transmission,theres a hole in transmission with a rubber cover and the slave cylinder is bolted onto it with 2 bolts and the clutch fluid line is attached to the slave cylinder,if bad,then it will be leaking.

You have a blown / leaking wheel cylinder. Replace wheel cylinder.

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There are 4 slave cylinders on a truckPossibly type 1 is for a manual clutch and is in the Bell-housing for the clutch type 2 is the slave cylinder for the breaks and there is one for every wheel

Check the wheel cylinders - they may be leaking and you can't see it on the outside of the wheel

my best guess since this is a euro car somewhere from 1-3 thousand This will depend on the Transmission in the car. Two types are used in the XC90. For the 6 cylinder engine it is the GM-4T65 and for the 5 Cylinder it is an AW-50/55. Either one can also be All Wheel Drive adding to the cost of replacement. The 5 cylinder two wheel drive will be the least expensive while the 6 cylinder All Wheel Drive will be the most costly.

It has a Timing belt. Warning Interference engine:Replace at 90,000 miles.

Which cylinder?A wheel / brake cylinder, maybe $100An 'engine cylinder' is going to hundreds, if not a thousand.

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