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How do i, bleed the clutch master cyclinder on a 1993 acura vigor

I, can not get pressure on clutch pedal

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Check for brake fluids and make sure all the brake fluid container is closed tightly. Also, you make have to bleed the brakes.

Posted on Mar 21, 2009

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The front brake rotors are press fitted to the front wheel bearings and are removed from the car with a special tool (puller) or can be seperated by removing the whole assembly and placing it in a press to seperate them. You may damage the bearing if not done right.

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If you are talking about the brakes, then try to replace the masrter cylinder.

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SOURCE: replacing acura legend clutch master cylinder

Well, it just unbolts, remove fluid line and replace the unit.

What is very important is to "bench bleed" all of the air before mounting unit. parts stores have easy bleeding kits that essentially reroute the output from the unit, directly back to the reservoir. if you do not pre bleed, you may die before you ever get it working...

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My clutch pedal stay close to the floor in my Acura CL. Doesnt return fully like it used too. Cant figure it out and I've replaced everythin


Bobbie, If your sure the system is bled properly,did you get the clutch fork back in correct position, was it the correct bearing etc., you may have to adjust the clutch pedal and / or if it has a mechanical return spring, change the spring, it could be weak.
Check the attached links,instruction and guides for clutch pedal adjustment., bleeding,etc.Good luck
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Need help bleeding clutch


Clutch bleeding can be problematic and I have had to resort to removing the slave cylinder but leaving the hydraulic line connected and raising it as far as the flexible pipe will allow. above the master cylinder and bleeding it in mid-air.

Reverse bleeding can be very effective and with a long-travel large capacity cylinder the piston can be pumped out to the limit of its travel and then forced very quickly back in as far as it will go.

Anotther type of reverse bleeding I have been forced to employ a few times is connecting the clutch bleed screw to a nearby brake bleed screw with some very good fitting hose. Both bleeders are opened and the clutch is bled by pumping the brake pedal. An assistant adds fluid to the brake reservoir and removes it from the clutch reservoir.
Four or five vigorous pumps usually does the trick.

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I assume that the master cylinder is correctly installed. In that case the master cylinder's piston rod (to which the pedal is attached) is too short or maladjusted.

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remove the battery and the battery tray,the fluid line and the two bolts that hold on the clutch master and remove.you may need to bleed the new one at the slave cylinder by having someone depress the pedal and letting the air out and tighten the line again before they release the pedal,but i think by pushing the pedal up and down a few times it will be ok. if the shifter wont go into gear or the car starts to move when only slightly moving the pedal of the floor then bleed it.

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I have changed the clutch master cylinder and the slave cylinder, but still don't have pedal, we have bleed the lines and checked for leaks, no leaks were found. The new slave cylinder doesn't seem to be...


Thn the problem is the clutch master cylinder, it should build up pressure, ok try out this, remove the pipe which is going to the slave cylinder either from the clutch master cylinder or at the clutch slave cylinder and get someone to pump the pedal while you block the pipe and see if there is fluid thrown out with pressure.If there is pressure there thn fit back the pipe and refill the reserviour wth brake fluid and open the bleeding nipple at the slave cylinder let some fluid pour out and tighten it and thn pump the pedal and retry bleeding.
If there is no pressure at the pipe thn its the clutch master cylinder.
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Cannot get clutch to bleed. installed new slave cyl. hopefully i did it right???


TO bleed get some one to pump the pedal 4times fast and hold it down,then you undo the nipple, then lock it up again and do again then it should be 100% but if not and the slave cylinder was new then ok,,, but if you rebuilt it then recheck it and put the rubber and piston in correctly and rebleed
Now if still no good then get the master cylinder rebuilt and honed out.
Let me know if still having trouble Ron

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