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How do you replace the slave cylinder in a 1996 Mitsubishi Eclipse RS 20?

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2015-07-16 18:04:31
2015-07-16 18:04:31

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.

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On a 99 GST it is an external cylinder (2) 10mm bolts remove the line replace cylinder bleed system.

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