hey, you just gotta drain your brake fluid, unscrew the two bolts holdin it to the tranny plus the on to the engager, the thing comming out of the tranny, put your new one on, then bleed it(just like bleedin your brakes), i had my slave go out in the middle of nowhere and i got my uncle to show me how to do it, hope this was any help at all,
Just changing this answer a little. There is no need to drain the brake fluid before removing your old cylinder. It will only drip a few times once removed, but bleeding the valve afterwards is still needed.
1997 escort tranny's are a breed of their own you must replace it with a 1997 transmission.
take it to a mechanic and say, "can you replace the transmission mount on my '94 Ford Escort"
You jack up the transmission to relieve the weight and the unbolt it.
You can do anything you want with money but it would be much cheaper to just buy another escort that is a standard shift.
How to remove and replace ignition lock on 94 escort lx wagon1.9
No, the engine does not have to be removed.
Replace the gasket on the transmission pan and insect the seals on the transmission where your driveshafts come out
On a 1993 Ford Escort , 1.9 litre four cylinder engine : 1------2------3-----4 , transaxle ( transmission )
Just to the front and side of the brake master cylinder
Unscrew the barrel cylinder at the back of the lighter.
the 2.0 Escape transmission is the same for a manual, not sure for automatic.