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    do you have to remove the tranmission on a 1994 ford explorer 2wd to replace the clutch slave cylinder

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    No the slave cylinder can be replaced within your clutch system. As with any part in a pressurized system, remember to bleed out the fluid before completing the job so that you remove any dangerous air pockets in the lines.


    Remove the connector to the clutch, the tube that runs hydraulic fluid from the master cylinder, and the two bolts connecting the cylinder to the bell housing.


    Take a know good slave cylinder, fill it accordingly with fluid, re-attach then run new fluid through the system, and test the resulting pressure.


     


     



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