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How to replace clutch slave cylinder?

(2001 Mazda B2300)
in Dumas, AR on February 02, 2010
Do I have to drop the transmission to replace the clutch slave cylinder? Is this an expensive repair if done at service dept?
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It is a 4 to 4.5 hour job to replace the slave cylinder on a 2 Wheel Drive.. The transmission must be removed to gain axcess to the slave cylinder.
on August 09, 2010
Yes you have to pull the tranie, the slave cyl is held in by 2 10 mm bolts behind the release bearing ,
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