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How to remove clutch slave cylinder on a 95 sunfire

Do i have to pull the tranny?

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No you dont have to pull the tranny to get to the slave cylinder.it should be located on the drivers side almost under the door or right in front of the door, at least thats where mine was at

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Yes, looks to be that way. this link will give you more info. hope this helps
http://www.autozone.com/addVehicleId,1990501/initialAction,repairGuide/shopping/repairGuide.htm?pageId=0900c1528003d036

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Where is slave cylinder on 1996 pontiac sunfire

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My friend had clutch replaced 6 mths oago and now clutch is not engaging is there anyway to check hydraulics without removing tranny?


Check clutch fluid level in clutch master cylinder for proper level. You can also watch the slave cylinder move at the transmission where it pushes on the clutch fork. The slave cylinder should move when the clutch pedal is depressed. If the cylinder does not move, suspect a defective master cylinder/slave cylinder/air in system that will require bleeding. If all moves, suspect tranny removal for inspection

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I have a 95 jeep wrangler yj 2.5L that the clutch is bleeding off. I bought new clutch master cylinder for it but is different than the one I took off which come to find out was the wrong one somebody else...


if there is no slave there, than its coax. see 95 Ax5/15 box photo below. "called COncentric by jeep" or sandwiched by us.
first replace the MC, bleed it, and test.

if that dont fix the clutch, then the coax is bad.
you never stated symptom/s. (lost fluid? there are 15 clutch symptoms) ive done them all, and blown many racing so......
if the coax is bad, you must pull the tranny

see item in red, took me 10 hrs labor to do mine, so....
my new wrangler is external not by accident....


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It is difficult to put into gear from a stop and while downshifting. 2000 mustang V6


check gear fluid in the tranny, brake fluid in the clutch master cylinder. after that check slave cylinder and linkage

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Im having to add break fluid for my clutch daily on jeep wrangler


Check around the slave valve under the car on the tranny.
There is only 3 places it could leak
The clutch master cylinder
the pipe from the master cylinder to the slave valve
or the slave valve.

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Hydraulic or ? ? ?


Its hydraulic and it sounds like a bad clutch master cylinder or even the slave cylinder. Good luck

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Fork engaging slave cylinder from tranny. (91 3000GT, mitsu)


Called a clutch fork Holds the thrust bearing right? and goes through the clutch (Bell) housing Got to be careful here or Is it the rod that goes directly into the slave cylinder? Either way as long as the rest of the cars ok it's worth keeping If it's the clutch fork you going to have to remove gearbox (Not the end of the world) Part won't be that expensive

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Clutch will not engage.


You have to bleed the system again they can be a pain in the b@TT, also get a second person to operate the clutch and watch to see if the lever moves, if it does pull off the rubber and make sure you have the Y on the pivot ball inside the transmission. And if you don't get enough throw adjust the clutch rod on the clutch pedal by removing the pin and loosen the lock nut and make it longer by unscrewing the shaft. You want a half inch of free play at the top of the pedal the you want the clutch to catch about 3/4 of the way down. Also if you try to put it in gear does it grind the gears? Also did you put the clutch plate in backwards this is a common mistake even for a pro who gets interrupted by a phone call or a good-looking gal walking by, if ya need more suggestions let me know by posting to this comment.
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1999 pontiac sunfire bleeding clutch


my 1999 pontiac sunfire drivers door latch is broke can not close the door. i have it pulled shut? how much will a used latch cost, or even 3 bolts for it? all the auto stores/ jumk yards are closed for me to call

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HAVING PROBLEMS WITH MY CLUTCH


The slave is an internal type and is located inside the tranny bellhousing. You will need to pull the tranny to access it.
The reservoir should be on the driver's side firewall in the engine compartment.
The fluid level being low could also cause the problem. If it is low you may have to bleed the clutch line.
Check to see if there is fluid leaking from the bellhousing, as that is an indicator of a bad slave cylinder. If you have to replace the slave cylinder, it is a good idea to replace the clutch while you have the tranny out.

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Slave cylinder or clutch? or both?


it internal and pretty much alot of work. You have to pull the transmission out

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