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Is it hard to remove the clutch slave cylinder and where is it located?


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2015-07-16 18:05:53
2015-07-16 18:05:53

It all depends on the vehicle as to how easy it is, but the slave cylinder is in the bell housing of your transmission. The transmission needs to be dropped and the slave cylinder isn't hard to remove after that. The biggest task would be disconnecting/removing the transmission and then aligning it correctly upon replacing it. (ex. don't get any wiring, etc. caught between bellhousing and motor, get all bolts tightened and threaded properly) It is a cylindrical (hence the name)peice that attaches to the transmission where it connects to the motor. .


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