HOw do you fix the slave cylinder on a 2004 gto?
On 2004-2006 GTOs, you must have a lift. Set the parking brake. Disconnect negative battery terminal. Remove one screw from the cup holder bezel. This screw is under the business card holder, in the radius of the change holder. The shift knob is held in place by a set screw, I believe it is a hex. Next, pull the cup holder bezel up from the rear, by the console lid. Disconnect the window switches and traction control switch. Now remove the bezel and put it in the passenger seat. Raise the vehicle and set the lift arms done on the locks. The exhaust system from the catalytic converters to the tips needs to be taken out. Next step is to remove
the three bolts from the drive shaft damper. Next, remove the three bolts attaching the damper to the pinion yoke. These bolts are E torx bolts, I believe E14. After that, remove the drive shaft support bearing. These are 13mm bolt heads. Next remove the drive shaft, the transmission yoke is a slip yoke. From there, disconnect the speed sensor connector, back up lamp switch connector, and the skip shift connector. Next, disconnect the master cylinder fluid line which is on the driver's side of the transmission. Get a telescoping jack under the transmission and take out four crossmember bolts. Believe the bolt heads are 15mm. Next, take out the six bolts that secure the transmission to the bellhousing. These bolts should also be 15mm, but could be 14mm. From there, pull back on the transmission and lower the jack. The slave cylinder is attached to the front of the transmission, these bolts are 10mm heads. Installation is reverse of removal! Have fun!