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2001 Chevrolet Silverado Slave cylinder location

Slave cylinder location

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SOURCE: clutch slave cylinder

awesome link thanks a lot !!!

Posted on Mar 21, 2009

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SOURCE: CLUTCH LINE LEAK AT HOSE FITTING AT SLAVE CYLINDER

Use a copper washer like on the brake lines, not an o ring.

Posted on Jun 02, 2009

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SOURCE: after replacing starter and removing slave cylinder, clutch fails to work

sounds like you have a air pocket or you fail to engage the slave cylinder push rod If you disconnected the slave cylinder from the hose proceed to bleed out the slave cylinder if you didn't take you slave cylinder and whit out disconnecting the hose and make sure the push rod is against the clutch push arm.

Posted on Jun 13, 2009

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SOURCE: changed slave cylinder 92gmc 1500 have no pedal

sounds like you have air in your line.bleed it.

Posted on Jul 27, 2009

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SOURCE: clutch slave cylinder replacement or repair -

You will have to replace the rubber and the piston like mechanism to get this done. If you found an assembly replacement for the entire clutch slave, the better. The leaks may be caused by faulty rubber or valve on the piston but this can be caused by the linings of the cylinder becoming rough due to wear and tear.

Posted on Aug 20, 2009

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How do i bleed the clutch fulid


1. Inspect and fill clutch master cylinder reservoir with appropriate hydraulic oil. You will want to check this during the bleeding process making sure it doesn't run out or you will get air into the system again. Leave cap off of reservoir.
2. Have your friend camp in the drivers seat to push in and let out the clutch pedal when you tell him to.
3. During this procedure DO NOT allow your friend to "pump" the clutch pedal.
4. You will be opening and closing the bleed screw on the slave cylinder as instructed below. CAUTION: During this procedure protect your eyes from squirting brake fluid by using a small hose and a soda bottle. Brake fluid is nasty stuff so wear gloves.
5. (Helper) Press clutch pedal in fully and hold.
6. (You) Open the bleed screw to allow fluid to escape.
7. (You) Close bleed screw quickly.
8. (Helper) Release pedal completely
9. (You) Top off fluid in reservoir. Leave cap off of reservoir.
10. Repeat steps #6 - #9 no less than 10 times before going to #12 below. NO PUMPING!
11. Now you will want to purge the slave cylinder of any air bubbles that might be trapped inside of it.
12. Grab the clutch fork and push towards the slave cylinder pushing the rod all of the way into the slave cylinder as far as it will go AND HOLD it in.
13. (You) open bleed valve and command helper to push the clutch down slowly purging any air that was trapped in the slave cylinder
14. (Helper) As soon as the pedal hits the floor command your bleeder monkey to close the valve before you let the pedal return from the floor.
15. Repeat steps #6 - #9 one last time

Dec 03, 2013 | 2001 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

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Is it necessary to remove the transfer case when R&R the clutch slave cylinder on a 1998 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 4WD


It is not absolutely necessary, But it will make it easier. If im looking at the correct slave cylinder for you truck, You'll have to pull the transmission. What im finding, is that your truck has a "Hydraulic throw out bearing" which is inside the bell housing, around the output shaft of the transmission!

Apr 06, 2012 | 1998 Chevrolet Chevrolet silverado

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I have a 89 chevy silverado, my slave cylinder broke off the trans and I have repaired that but now it wont pump up or operate the clutch any clues as to whats wrong??? HELP


You have to bleed the slave like you do the brakes on your truck.
Have a friend help ... pumping the clutch until some pressure builds... then holding the clutch peddle down until you have released the pressure by opening the bleeder valve on the slave cylinder...
repeate until there is sufficient clutching action to satisfy your needs.

Sep 26, 2011 | 1989 Chevrolet C1500

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How do remove slave cylinder


This type of slave cylinder has to come out with the transmission. Sorry, you will have to pull the trans as if you are replacing the clutch. As you might as well replace the clutch assy. if you go in after the slave cyl. due to a leak. Hope this helps.

Feb 20, 2011 | 2001 Chevrolet S-10

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Very hard to put in 1'st and reverse . And it takes off when the clutch is all the way down


This is a sign that the clutch pedal actuation mechanism has problems. This can damage the transmission if you drive it like this much. Odds are your clutch master cylinder is going out, it could be low on fluid too. If it is low on fluid it is a sign that either the clutch slave, or master cylinder have a small leak, and will need to be replaced. The clutch master cylinder inst a big job, but the clutch slave is a pretty expensive repair. Ideally they should both be replaced at the same time if there are problems with either of them.

Dec 28, 2010 | 2001 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

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2001 mercury cougar, master cylinder ran dry because slave cylinder below is leaking at the firewall. I filled the master cylinder and tried bleeding the clutch at the transmission until fluid stream...


No, you don't need to replace the clutch itself.
Don't be surprised if the slave cylinder replacement doesn't fix it.
Could be the master cylinder.

Sep 12, 2010 | 2001 Mercury Cougar

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Clutch slave cylinder replacement or repair -


You will have to replace the rubber and the piston like mechanism to get this done. If you found an assembly replacement for the entire clutch slave, the better. The leaks may be caused by faulty rubber or valve on the piston but this can be caused by the linings of the cylinder becoming rough due to wear and tear.

Aug 20, 2009 | 1994 Chevrolet K1500

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After replacing starter and removing slave cylinder, clutch fails to work


sounds like you have a air pocket or you fail to engage the slave cylinder push rod If you disconnected the slave cylinder from the hose proceed to bleed out the slave cylinder if you didn't take you slave cylinder and whit out disconnecting the hose and make sure the push rod is against the clutch push arm.

Apr 20, 2009 | 1992 Chevrolet S-10

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2001 sunfire slave cylinder


unfortunightly if you cant break it free you will just need to replace the slave cylinder

Dec 08, 2008 | 2001 Pontiac Sunfire

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