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Where is the slave cylinder located on a 1982 Ford F 150 with a straight in line v6

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I believe you are looking for a master cylinder. A slave cylinder would be on the wheel if talking brakes. If talking clutch, a slave cylinder would be on the bell/flywheel housing between the motor and tranny. The master cylinders for either brakes or clutch would be on the firewall under the hood directly in front of the drivers side.

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