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clutch slave cyliner going?

ive been noticing in the past three days that if i start up the truck for the first time in any given day, the transmission doesent want to go into gear and the clutch pedal almost goes to the floor. i almost have to pump the clutch pedal in order to build pressure. however, for the rest of the day the clutch engages like normal if i keep driving it. is this a sign that my clutch slave cylinder is going out?
 
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Yes. Mine was especially moody on cold mornings before slave #1 went out.
 
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great... it looks like im gonna have to drop the tranny to replace it eh?
 
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great... it looks like im gonna have to drop the tranny to replace it eh?
Yup. Not a terrible job, but rust was my enemy. Plan for a weekend and lots of cursing..
 
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shouldnt be TOO bad... but i am blessed/cured with having 4wd so more parts needing to be removed =\
 
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