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Clutch bleeding i have a 2001 Honda civic just replaced the engine and i am trying to bleed the clutch but i am not getting any preasure?

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Fill the clutch cylinder with brake fluid open bleeder on slave cylinder let oil leak check the fluid in the master you should see bubble coming out after there only oil coming out close the bleeder ask somebody to go in the car pump the clutch pedal 3 time hold it there to the floor open bleeder oil come out close bleeder repeat a few time don t forget to check mthe oil level add if needed thanks pierre p.s you may need to lift the clutch pedal with our hand when you bleed the clutch that normal

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Try opening bleeder screw on slave cylinder and let it GRAVITY BLEED, just open clutch mater and fill with fluid and then open slave cylinder bleeder screw and let it gravity bleed( run out by itself) When it does close bleeder screw and you should get pressure.(make sure master doesn't run out of fluid during this preocess).If pedal not good enough bleed as usual. PUMP PEDAL ABOUT 6 time then hold down to the floor using wrench open slave bleed screw and close back up with pedal still being held DOWN. Repeat until fluid comes out with out air.However if all this doesn't work, YOU WILL NEED TO REPLACE CLUTCH MATER CYLINDER. Conatct if you need more help and Good Luck. Thanks for using FIX YA

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