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Old November 26th, 2012, 05:34 PM   #9
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Definitely replace the slave if your going to replace the master cylinder. The worst part about just taking the motor is trying to line the input shaft up its not horrible but i it can be time consuming i have had to do it before. I would definitely check that motor over before you put it in so you don't end up with the same problem. While it is apart make sure to replace anything that needs it or is even questionable because it never fails one you get it back together something you were debating replacing will go out.
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