Bad clutch master and/or slave cylinder?

Discussion in 'General Chevy & GM Tech Questions' started by Crispyt, Apr 12, 2011.

  1. Crispyt

    Crispyt Rockstar 100 Posts

    About 225k miles for me
     
  2. DareDiver

    DareDiver New Member GMTC Chick

    I have a 97 Chevy 1500. 4.3 v6 5 speed. I'm curious if anyone can answer where the slave cylinder is located? Any help would be great thanks.
     
  3. RayVoy

    RayVoy Epic Member 5+ Years 5000 Posts

    Usually on the inside of the bell housing, you need to remove the transmission.
     
  4. DareDiver

    DareDiver New Member GMTC Chick

    Yeah I just crawled under it to see that. Makes this a lot more expensive.
     
  5. RayVoy

    RayVoy Epic Member 5+ Years 5000 Posts

    A lot more complicated anyway.
     
  6. DareDiver

    DareDiver New Member GMTC Chick

    Yup. First place to give me a price over the phone said $950. If it was the other way it would be like $200.
     
  7. Julia Byrd

    Julia Byrd New Member GMTC Chick

    On my 98 will I have to drop the transmission to replace the slave cylinder ??
     
  8. Kokocrisp

    Kokocrisp New Member

    I am having the same problem on my 1995 GMC Sierra C 1500 2wd 5 speed manual transmission, I had the transmission rebuilt, bout a new clutch and slave cylinder. I've bled the clutch but am still having problems shifting into gear. When the truck is off it shifts perfectly into gear but when I turn it on it gets really hard to put it into gear. I don't see what the problem could be? Can somebody help me?
     
  9. silverado002

    silverado002 Rockstar 3 Years 1000 Posts

    Sounds to me that for some reason you aren't completely disengaging the clutch and pressure plate. Could it be that the slave is the wrong one? is the clutch fork bent, worn or anything?
     
  10. Kokocrisp

    Kokocrisp New Member

    That's a possibility but I replaced the clutch fork when I bought the new clutch, I also bought a new slave cylinder but on the end of the slave cylinder the rod wasn't long enough to engage the clutch when I stepped on it so I took out the rod from the old slave cylinder and put it in the new one but it's still doing the same thing.
     

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