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Broken slave cylinder for a 1989 AT Ford Telstar

I'm not sure where the slave cylinder is located so i can change the part can some one help?

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    replace slave clinder

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  • the slave cylinder is mounted on the bell-housing of the transmission. 
  • next to the brake master cylinder (where the brake fluid goes) is a small master cylinder. follow the fluid line coming off it and it will lead you to the slave cylinder.

Posted on Jul 27, 2008

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