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How do you replace the slave cylinder on 1997 Chevrolet S10?


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2015-07-15 19:06:55
2015-07-15 19:06:55

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.

This is not correct. You do not have to remove the tranny on 94 and 95 models. You only have to remove the brace from engine to transmission. Then after that, everything else is the same.


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Replacing the clutch slave cylinder requires removing the transmission assembly. I would recommend purchasing a shop repair manual for that vehicle if you intend on DIY.

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your slave cylinder is leaking,need to replace.

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On my 1998, the slave cylinder is located inside the bell housing - a very stupid place for it IMO. If you are replacing the slave cylinder, it might be a good time to replace the clutch too.

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take the cap off and roll another rodeo under it

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The slave cylinder is on the input shaft of the transmission at the throw out bearing. The transmission will have to be removed to change it.

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