Can someone tell me how hard it is to change the clutch slave cylinder, and do I need special tools? Thanks to anyone who can give advice.
Change Clutch Slave Cylinder on 1998 GMC Sonoma
BEST ANSWER by dandd ,
May 28, 2010
The slave cylinder is inside the bell housing, so you must remove the transmission to do it. Only use a GM slave Cylinder, or you will be sorry.
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