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How do you replace the slave cylinder on a 1995 Chevy full size pickup?

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2011-10-20 16:30:52
2011-10-20 16:30:52
Replace Slave CylinderI have an '89 and I'm not familiar w/the '95's, but they're probably very similar The slave on my '89 is right below the starter on the passenger side. Although others have told me most are on the driver side. Regardless, you should be able to follow your hydraulic line down from the clutch master cylinder (under your hood) to find the slave (under your truck). It looks like, and basically is, a brake line. Disconnect this line, and be ready to catch the fluid w/container or at least some rags. From there, the slave has 2 studs and you simply have to remove the nuts & washers & it will easily slide out. Install the new one the same way, but make sure the piston is seated properly on the clutch (throw-out) release arm. My '89 has a 1" (or so) diameter inspection port that allows you to see, and get your fingers in there to guide the piston. Next, hook up the line, fill up the master reservoir w/clean, new brake fluid, hook up a plastic tube to the bleeder (the stub off the slave), fill the bottom of a clean container with a couple inches of new brake fluid, & put the tube in the container. Make sure the end of the tube is under the fluid at all times or you�ll just suck more air into the system. Now you'll need a buddy in the cab to help you bleed the system... just like your would your brakes. You cannot do this part by yourself... I've racked my brain & still have not come up with a way to bleed lines by myself!.
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