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Dodge dakota how do u bleed the slave cylinder for the cluch

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I have a 2000 dodge dakot and can not bleed the slave cly how do i do it

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You need to look on the slave cylinder for the bleed nipple.
Make sure the reservoir under the hood is full of brake fluid.
Get someone to help you with the clutch pedal pumping. Get your assistant to put their foot on the pedal and push on it.

Put a clear tube(approx 5mm dia.) over the bleed nipple, use a spanner to open the bleed nipple.

When the clutch pedal hits the floor tell them to hold it down while you tighten the bleed nipple.
Then tell them to pump the pedal a few times.
Immediately check the fluid level in the reservoir.

Keep repeating this process until your clutch feels ok

Posted on Jan 29, 2009

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There is no bleed provision for the master on this truck, it is a sealed unit that ships with fluid and pre bled.

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SOURCE: i put a new slave

find someone who knows how to bleed a system, just like bleeding brakes but with only 1 wheel cylinder. Helps if you tie a rope on the clutch pedal so the person inside the car can pull it back up when he is doing the pumpings between bleedings. Do not let a woman do that for you.
There could well have been a thin crush washer between the line and the slave which you neglected to replace with a new one when you reassembled, if that is not there you will never get it bled. It crushes down when you tighten it to seal the system and it only crushes once

good luck.

Posted on Aug 26, 2011

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