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Where is the clutch bleed valve located on a suzuki vitara 2ltr tdi

Need to locate clutch bleed valve to change fluid

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Hi Raymond,

There are a couple small problems here. First, your question is listed under the heading of "Audi Caras & Trucks". You say it is a Suzuki Vitara with a 2L TDI engine. This is great, but you forgot to mention what year your Suzuki is.

Posted on Feb 18, 2012

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SOURCE: suzuki grand vitara 2.0 TDI

Start checking fuel filter, fuel pump and injectors.

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SOURCE: 92 accord clutch bleed

First, why are you bleeding the clutch??? System is just like a brake system,,,, Once bled, it should not need any further maintenence.
If the pedal is sinking, check the master and slave cylinder for leaks.
To bleed, open the valve on the slave cylinder and have a friend lightly depress clutch pedal, then close valve.Make sure that the vehicle is supported safely and the parking brake is on (and working) any time you are under the car.

Posted on Dec 11, 2008

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Filter is located behind the glove box. All you need is a screwdriver to replace.

1. Open the glove box and empty to take the weight off the box.

2. On the right side there is a plastic hinge like device held on by one Phillips head screw. If you have trouble removing with a Phillips screwdriver you can remove with a narrow flat head screwdriver. Remove the screw and slide hinge off the mount.

3. To drop the glove box press the sides slightly inwards while 'forcing' it open beyond it's normal stopping point. Careful as when it releases it will fall wide open and may even fall from its hinged area. Set it aside.

4. Behind the glove box there is probably some fiberous material inserted to prevent noise like squeaking when it rubs. It is sticky on one side to hold it in place. Just remove and place out of the way.

5. Behind the fiberous material there'll be a cover which kinda looks like a grille. Mine was white and it is in the center of the opening. Remove it by releasing the clips at the left or right. It comes right out.

6. When the cover comes off slide the filter out and replace it. The filter lays flat and just slides in and out easily. However, if it has been some time since you replaced be prepared for a lot of debris on top of the filter such as leaves, grass or other general type of debris that has been sucked into the filter. It also may be the source of any bad odors that you smell through the air conditioning system.

7. Reverse the process. Replace the cover and push the glove box lid back into place. When you replace the glove box be careful to make sure the hinge you initiallly removed the screw from is not left behind the glove box or you will have to remove again to get it out. Replace the screw and do not over tighten as it screws into plastic and then your done.

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SOURCE: location of brake/clutch bleed valve nipple

AHH look for it by the slave cylinder it might have a black rubber cap on it to keep dust out it will look simliar to the bleeder valve on the brake system

Posted on May 09, 2009

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SOURCE: 95 mazda b4000 slave cylinder bleeder valve location

the nipple sticks out side the bell housing on the left side just above your hydralic line for your clutch,auto zones web has a complete diagraham and steps for bleeding

Posted on May 09, 2009

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