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where is it? i cant find any lower flywheel cover, ive found the side covers and removed them and then all that connected is the whole oil pan on lower half.. can someone help me cause i have to remove the slave cylinder and install a new one and the book says remove the lower flywheel cover? please help and im not smarter than a fifth grader,lol.
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its for a 2004 gto
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There is no lower cover and no way to replace the slave without pulling the transmission. The slave it located around the input shaft to the trans. When you replace it be sure to install a remote bleeder on the slave before you put it back together. You will thank yourself later.

Picture of one on a Camaro T-56 trans similar to ours.
http://image.camaroperformers.com/f/...e_cylinder.jpg

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