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Old 06-21-2009, 12:58 PM
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95 slave cylinder

Ok maybe somone can help me out. I have blown 2 slave cylinders in two weeks. I bled all of the air out of both of them the way that the installation instructions said. I have 137k on the truck and still have the origional clutch. I dont understand what could be going on or what I could be doing wrong. If someone could help me out that would be great.
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when i first got my 95 i put 3 on within 3 months. but i havent had to do it again, i cganged the last one back in sept.
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how hard is the pressure plate when pressing the pedal?
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when i first got my 95 i put 3 on within 3 months. but i havent had to do it again, i cganged the last one back in sept.
What brand slave cylinder did you end up with. I think that the one from autozone is junk, but I could be wrong.
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how hard is the pressure plate when pressing the pedal?
The weird part is that it varies sometimes its ok and some times its hard. The clutch could be the problem. How should the clutch pedal feel? Its been jacked since I got it.
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What brand slave cylinder did you end up with. I think that the one from autozone is junk, but I could be wrong.
i recon napa brand
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i recon napa brand

Does it seem like a heavy duty slave cylinder?
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The weird part is that it varies sometimes its ok and some times its hard. The clutch could be the problem. How should the clutch pedal feel? Its been jacked since I got it.
smooth lol
well it shouldnt start pulling like a 1/2 inch off the floor like mine was, with my new clutch it starts pulling about3/4 way out
my clutch was ****ed!
i had to buy all new clutch assembly's and all that
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Does it seem like a heavy duty slave cylinder?
i think its supposed to be
personally i wouldnt fool with auto zone, advanced, orielies
they dont have really good stuff it seems like maybe its just me but most of those places the workers are just plain stupid when it comes to cars or engines
there was a guy in autozone that told me a k&n system would give my truck up to 80hp. haha
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smooth lol
well it shouldnt start pulling like a 1/2 inch off the floor like mine was, with my new clutch it starts pulling about3/4 way out
my clutch was ****ed!
i had to buy all new clutch assembly's and all that
I may need to replace everything as well. What clutch did you end up going with?
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