dose my 89 doge ram 50 have to have a clutch slave cylinder

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Asked by Jan 18, 2013 at 09:53 PM about the Dodge Ram 50 Pickup

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i can not find the slave cylinder on my 89 ram 50 all i see is the clutch cable could it be in the trans

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A slave and a master cylinder are parts of a hydrolic system. The master cylinder is up on the firewall - the slave pushes on the pressure plate to release the clutch plate. If you have a cable, you have a mechanical system.

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ok mine is a mechanical system how hard is the clutch going to be to change its 4wd 2.6L

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the slave cylinder and the master cylinder are both attached. they are the same thing. your clutch cable can be tightened, making the clutch work better.

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