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Slade cylinder does the transmission need to be dropped in a 1997 ford explorer and how much should this cost?

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No the trans does not need to be dropped, but it is recommened that u replace the master and slave at the same time, cost about 2 hours labor, here in calif that is $220, plus $150 for the parts at rockauto.com

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    yadayada Jan 21, 2009

    I have re-checked this slave cylinder question at a different web site, they list the slave cylinder as being internal not external as the other parts site did, sorry but yes the trans does have to be dropped to replace it, the part includes the clutch release bearing and the slave cylinder for $84



    here is the site

    http://www.clutchcityonline.com/products...

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