Question about 1996 Saturn SL
I need to bleed the air out of my clutch on a 96 saturn sl. where is the nipple on the slave cylinder?
I just installed a new clutch master cylinder and was not able to bleed the system however; I continued to pump the clutch many, many, many times. Simply moving fluid and eventually I bagan to get a little pedal back. I then figured that if I parked the car on a downward slope the resivoir would be the tallest component and residual air may rise up ward. This is only a theory and I haven't proven its effectiveness yet. So far, only a little pedal.
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
There is no bleeder, this is a sealed system.
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