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HOW TO BLEED YOUR COOLANT SYSTEM IN HONDA PASSPORT?

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Quite easy that one. if you locate a small screw on the top of your radiator usually next to your filing cap, this will enable you to release the pressure from a warming engine but trying to do this and keep from burning hands as the engine has to be running at time is quite hard to do. but basically all you have to do is loosen and allow all bubbles to stop before tioghtnening up again this should survice.

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How do I adjust clutch on 1995 Honda Passport?


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That clutch can bled by using the bleed screw located just aft of the engine/tranny union where the clutch line enters the tranny. Loosen the screw and also loosen the cap on the hydraulic clutch reservoir. watch for fluid trickling out from the transmission end of the line, when this is confirmed, than close the bleed screw, cover the resevoir, make sure theres enough fluid, and pump on the clutch pedal a few times. You can repeat these steps again if necessary to remove and extra air trapped in the system.

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