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How do I disconnect the line between the slave and master cylinder in my 1996 chevy s10 standard transmission.

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Not absolutely certain, but on most, you remove and plug the hydraulic line, unbolt the cylinder, replace it with the new unit, hook up the hydraulic line, top up fluid in the master and bleed the air out. With that said, some of the later models have a hydraulic throw out bearing which takes the place of a slave cylinder. In order to replace one of those it is necessary to remove the transmission to access the unit.

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It is brake fluid. If you use anything else you will ruin the master, slave and hoses.

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