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Old June 15th, 2015, 12:34 PM
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it hurts... i cant believe im about to ask........ its painful....... but... how much roughly would it cost to take in an f150 with a 302 cu engine and have them only change the slave cylinder... ow.. i just died a little on the inside...
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It's not the cost of the slave, it's the labor. The tranny has to come out. If you are going to go through all that, I'd consider replacing the whole clutch assembly unless it's relatively new.

A full clutch rebuild in a shop is about $1200.

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Ok... i am going to do it myself.. its a new assembly but i think the guy that sold it to me put a cheap one in just to sell it.. Is there anything else i should do with the transmission is dropped? And where would be the best place to get a new assembly or just the slave cylinder..
This one looks exactly like the one that is on there now.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Perfection-C...1b1f72&vxp=mtr

Then i am probably going to buy this one unless i would be better off getting it somewhere else...
http://www.ebay.com/itm/OEM-NEW-1993...888fbd&vxp=mtr
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Rockauto.com:

LUK Part # LSC003B
One of our most popular parts
5 speed trans.; Release Bearing and Slave Cylinder Combination

$33.79

LUK is Ford OEM.

Now - what's wrong with your slave?

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It's not the cost of the slave, it's the labor. The tranny has to come out. If you are going to go through all that, I'd consider replacing the whole clutch assembly unless it's relatively new.

A full clutch rebuild in a shop is about $1200.
Wow! Does that already include the parts or just the labor itself?
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Parts and labor.

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Oh I see. It's really expensive.
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The slave cylinder is leaking

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it's not that hard to do as long as you have the space to do it in. i did my 88 myself. if i can do it,...just about anyone can. just need to get someone to help you bleed the slave afterwards.
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Right, it's very labor intensive though. The transmission and bellhousing have to come out to get at it.

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