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Tanny Help ASAP

Alright everyone, I need help My clutch pedal went soft and now I cant put it into gear with my truck on. Is this the slave cylinder?
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yup!

try pumping the pedal 10 or 20 times and see if it comes back up.
check the fluid level also.

looks like your gonna be pulling your trans soon.
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ive already tryed that. I guess its time to pull my tranny.
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Definately a slave cylinder. Install a new clutch & pressure plate while you are in there also. Don't forget to have your flywheel resurfaced also.
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Yea I Plan on doing that too.
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You should call around to get pricing on having the flywheel resurfaced. I know around me, it is cheaper to get a new one from the auto parts store (roughly $65)
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I think im just goin to buy a new one. I guess a few day off of work I dont need to take are here.
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When i get a new fly wheel what size shim should i get?
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You shouldn't need any shims. If your stock flywheel has them, then use those.

I think the only transmission that uses the shim is the automatic.
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alright just checking cause autozone has one and it said i need shims.
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Well I ordered all my parts they should be here this by this weekend and ill have it all installed saturday and sunday.
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