Re: Slave cylinder replacement
Just wondering, but could the bleeder on the slave either come loose, or break off while I'm driving my truck? I only ask because lately, we've had cold weather; if I don't drive it for over eight hours, the clutch seems to lose a lot of fluid.
And as I'm going to be starting school, I'm going to see about replacing the slave and resurfacing the flywheel, as it is starting to feel like the linings are wearing out.
Billie, my "sparkly" blue 1992 Ranger
SPECS: 2.3 I4; Rebuilt motor at 194,263 miles; straightened driveshaft when engine was rebuilt
FIRST MODS: 2" suspension lift and rear disc brake conversion