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Bleeding the clutch line

I just had a new slave Cylinder installed and last night when they bleeded the lines it was driving just fine, this morning when I started the passport up it was ok, a little mushy.. when I went into the passport to leave the clutch peddle went to the floor. Does this mean that the clutch needs more bleeding?

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It sounds like you have air in the system. Either they did not bleed it correctly or you have a leak in the system.
If you paid someone to fix your car, have it towed back to the garage and bled correctly or leak fixed. If a friend installed your parts, find a new friend. Just kidding.

Posted on Dec 31, 2008

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