The slave cylinder is located inside the transmission bell housing. So to replace it the transmission will have to removed. After replacing you may need to bleed the clutch hydraulic system.
Now your vehicle may not be a hydraulic clutch system and it would use a cable instead and have no slave cylinder. If you look on the drivers side of the bellhousing if there is a hose going into the side of the trans its hydraulic. If there is a cable and clutch fork, it has no slave. Most all 93 rangers were hydraulic
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