Question about 1988 Chevrolet C1500
I replaced the slave cylinder and it worked 1 time. Now I can not get it to disengage the clutch. The old one worked fine it just leaked. I no longer have the old one. How do I fix this problem?
You have to bleed the clutch,its kind of like brakes,you need to have someone in the truck and pump the clutch about 4 times and hold it to the floor,there is a bleeder screw in the transmission,after pumping and holding,undo the bleeder screw and let the pressure release,close the screw and repeat the process untill you have a clutch,but remember to keep the resevoir full of fluid
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
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