How do I Remove a 1994 F-150 Slave Cylinder?

Answer The slave cylinder on the 1994 F-150 is contained underneath the vehicle to the firewall of the truck. Removing the slave cylinder is fairly simple. As the slave cylinder is an important piece of t... Read More »

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How to Bleed the Slave Cylinder on a 1994 B2300?

After you open any component of the transmission system and expose it to the air, you must bleed the clutch system to remove any excess air within the system. Bleeding the master cylinder will also... Read More »

How to Bleed the Clutch Slave Cylinder on a 1994 Ford F350?

The 1994 Ford F350, with a manual transmission, has a hydraulic clutch system as opposed to a cable system. This eliminates the need for periodic adjustments of the cable for proper clutch function... Read More »

How to Change a Clutch Slave Cylinder in a 1994 Ford Ranger?

Changing the clutch slave (release or operating) cylinder in a 1994 Ford Ranger requires removing the transmission from the truck. The instructions given for replacing the slave cylinder assume thi... Read More »

How to Remove the Slave Cylinder Line From an S10 Truck?

The slave cylinder on your Chevrolet S10 truck is connected to the clutch hydraulic system through one of the hydraulic lines. If the slave cylinder begins to malfunction, you will need to replace ... Read More »