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Clutch problem,where is the slave cylinder located

Where is the slave cylinder on a 1996 dodge ram 1500,the clutch is not working right its almost all the way to the top and barely grabs

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  • bpalmerlee Nov 11, 2008

    i have located the slave cylinder. the haynes book says the master, slave and lines are all one unit. the auto parts store does not... in fact they do not even sell the lines and sell the master and slave cylinders separate... who is right?

  • ingramj Dec 19, 2008

    I went to my local parts store and they told me it is all one piece. $200.00.

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The clutch slave cylinder is located on the left side of the transmission, but i believe that the slave cylinder may come with the master cylinder and lines already attached

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    sqyards Jan 19, 2014

    thanks

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