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How do I pull and replace the hydraulic clutch line
1985 TOYOTA PICKUP
I was driving went to shift into first and there was a pop and then the clutch was out
have the same problem?
Sunday, October 2nd, 2011 AT 9:03 PM
Here are the instructions to remove and replace the clutch slave cylinder.
To remove the clutch slave cylinder from transmission;
Remove the hydraulic line on the left side and clip, (facing truck). The remove the 2 mounting bolts on the bottom side of the cylinder.
To Install the cylinder, reverese the procedure. Put some grease on the push rod where it meets the clutch actuation arm.
To dissasemble and re-assemble the Clutch Slave Clyninder;
1. Remove rubber boot and push rod. Remove piston assembly and spring from bore. Remove bleeder screw. Wash all parts in brake cleaner fluid and inspect for wear or damage.
2. Dip piston into clean brake fluid or coat with rubber grease. Instal spring and piston assembly into cylinder and install rubber boot. Indtall push rod and bleed screw.
The hydraulic line is on the front of the transmission. You can trace hydraulic line from master cylinder to it.
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Sunday, October 2nd, 2011 AT 9:23 PM
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