[DML] clutch slave cylinder.
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[DML] clutch slave cylinder.



Hello,
I just removed the two bolts to my slave cylinder, and the line in.
It seems to be frozen in place.  I have some concern about damaging 
the pushrod that goes in.  I did see the shop manual says it does not 
have to come out first so I'm assuming it should swivel up and pull 
out.  I had a fair amount of corrosion around the slave cylinder and 
bolts. That's why I'm changing it (because I couldn't get the bleeder 
screw loose).  Also broke the line in because it was quite corroded.  
Anyway, I am hoping someone will tell me I just need to bang on it a 
few times and loosen it and swivel it up and pull the pushrod out.  
Does that sound right?
feel free to email me off line if desired or post.  
funkstuf@xxxxxxxxxxx
Thanks
Dale Funk
#941
#4984








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