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I have a 2001 Honda civic i just replaced the engine and am trying to bleed the clutch but i am getting no presure what do i do?

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  • wegnerco Mar 22, 2009

    i just installed a new clutch in a 92 accord. i also replaced the slave cylinder. now i can't get enough pressure to release the clutch. i have put a clear tube on the bleed valve and i'm not getting any airbubbles after opening the valve and slowly depressing the pedal, closing the valve and raise the pedal and repeat. numberous times. i have some clutch resistance at 3/4 down. loose at the top.




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You should first gravity bleed it.fill the reservoir and open the slave bleeder screw .let it drop in a container till you see no more air bubbles.then add fluid and pump the pedal several times till you feel a bit bleeder again and repit till no air comes out .tou may have to do it several times. good luck

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