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Old 12-02-2006, 12:02   #1 (permalink)
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confused Clutch master/slave cylinders

Hey y'all,

Last night my clutch went out suddenly on my 92 Ranger 2WD w/ 4.0 V6 and it's looking like one of the hydraulic cylinders is gone. It got a new clutch kit late last year so that's all new.

I tried to locate them last night in the dark to no avail while waiting for the tow truck.

So my question to you all is, where are they? I think near the bottom of the firewall from what I was able to ascertane from the push rod that is attached to the pedal.

A quick look on the autozone website revealed that the master is cheaper than the slave, which leads me to assume the slave is attached to the clutch housing, hense the higher price. If a hose between the two, I'm just hoping it's that and a quick refill of fluid is all it needs to restore operation. Sadly, it won't get worked on until Monday as the shop I had it towed isn't open at all on the weekends. :-(

Thanks.
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