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Icon4 86 Ford ranger 2.9l v6 slave cylinder removal.

i am trying to remove the slave cylinder out of a 86 ford ranger 2.9l v6 4x4. i cannot understand why it will not come out. any ideas? FYI i do not have the transmission completely out. it is halfway out. enough for us to get the clutch out but not the housing to come off.
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ok nevermind. we had to disconnect the tranny from the bell housing in order to get to the slave cylinder. and P.S. its a pain the ***.
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