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Old 02-09-2011, 03:50 PM
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Slave cylinder location

My Prelude's slave cylinder recently went out and i was wondering where exactly it is at because I am having troubles finding the damn thing
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Its the little brown guy with the black hydraulic line leading to it on the front of the transmission housing.

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Re: Slave cylinder location

As accurate of a description that I was getting ready to give, this is a perfect example of a picture is worth a thousand words hahaha
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Re: Slave cylinder location

Hahaha true that. Thanks guys. I was looking in the complete wrong area
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As accurate of a description that I was getting ready to give, this is a perfect example of a picture is worth a thousand words hahaha
Yeah I agree lol, I had a good description ready, oh well...
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Hahaha true that. Thanks guys. I was looking in the complete wrong area
Sure thing. Over the 10 years ive owned a prelude ive had to change a few of them.
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