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Jeep cherokee where is the slave cylinder located on my 1988 jeep cherokee? Do I have to drop the transmission to replace the part? Help!!!!!!!!!!!!

jeep cherokee where is the slave cylinder located on my 1988 jeep cherokee? Do I have to drop the transmission to replace the part?  Help!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I'm not real great with cars but I'm guessing you can ask a mechanic without being charged. Good luck.

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