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Where is the number one cylinder on a sixiki sidekick

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Most 4 cylinder engines have number one cylinder next to the timing belt.

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I changed the clutch master cylinder and the clutch slave cylinder on my 97 sidekick and I still have no pedal

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Where is the slave cylinder located on my 1997 sidekick. how do you change it.

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