Clutch slave "removal"

alan cordeiro alancordeiro at
Thu Jul 27 21:17:02 EDT 2006


I tried your phone around 8:00, but nobody picked up...

The slave sits in a small pocket. Once the bolt is removed,
push it forward (towards the engine) about 2-3 mm, and
it will pull off. No need to uncouple the hose.

The transmission speed sensor is a loose connector between
two harnesses, just around the location of the clutch slave.
The locking clip is similar to the one on the MAF or throttle position

Good luck,

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Kneale Brownson" <kneale at>
To: <200q20v at>
Sent: Thursday, July 27, 2006 1:42 PM
Subject: Clutch slave "removal"

> Proceeding (as slowly as I can find distractions to keep me from the task)
> with my transmission extraction for clutch/throwout bearing repairs, I 
> have
> followed Bentley's dictates on page 34-180-1 to "remove bolt A" that
> retains the clutch slave cylinder.  Can't figure out what the next advice
> "remove clutch slave cylinder"  entails.  I can wiggle the cylinder with
> attached plumbing slightly.  Does it get moved up/toward rear of vehicle?
> How do I accomplish this?  I assume it gets tied up, out of the way 
> somehow
> after "removal".   But do I apply a pry bar or something to get it 
> "removed"?
> Also, where is the spedometer sensor connector I'm supposed to "remove" by
> pushing in some clips.  Does "remove" mean disconnect?  Which side of the
> tranny is this on?
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