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slave cyclinder replacement

What steps or how hard is this to replace on a 4.0 5spd 96 xlt 4x4 model.
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You have to take the tranny and transfer case out, It's a PITA. Might as well replace the whole clutch set while you're in there. You don't want to have to pull it again later
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What Noah said....If you've never done anything like this before, i wouldn't try it. I've done tranny swaps and engine swaps on old trucks/cars, I'm gonna do the ranger myself.
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im not sure but i dont think the slave is inside the bellhousing on a 96 like it is in later years
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The slave cylinder on my 4.0 '93 Exploder is in the bellhousing. I just replaced mine a few months ago.
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im not sure but i dont think the slave is inside the bellhousing on a 96 like it is in later years
What he said - I'm pretty sure that in earlier years the slave is outside of the bellhousing, if so pretty do-able by yourself, just check to make sure, it might/might not
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ya i know its a *****... i done a lot of things... but i just dont have the time to R&R it in my garage.. i need the truck tommrow.

Est time for a shop to do it.. i am guess 2 hours.. and 150 dollar part... .?
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AutoZone told me $30 for a slave, however I dont think it was the correct part. The transmission shop charged me $120, and they ALWAYS overcharge
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