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Old 10-31-2007
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94 ranger 5spd 2.3L. Going to replace slave clutch cylinder. any tips or tricks?

I am still a newbie and a more experienced guy is assisting me with the job. I got the dealer service manual and haynes and went and bought the new cylinder but just wondering...

* any walk throughs online?
** anybody done this before?
*** tips tricks or things i should watch for?

we have reached the 'conclusion' that it is the slave cylinder since can't see no other leak and when you open the inspection plug the cylinder seems 'wet' and there is fluid (not tranny-no color) outside the transmission on top back and back by the fill and drain plugs.
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well after doing the job here is one tip others might be able to use. IF you can't disconnect get the hydraulic line, leave it in old slave cylinder, knock out the little pin on the cylinder. Now your hydraulic line is free but you end up using the old fitting. Take pin out of new cylinder, put in the whole hydraulic line and fitting and now the pin can go back in to hold the line in place with the new cylinder.
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