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How do you bleed a hydraulic clutch on a 1977 corvette


you bleed like you would the brake system. there is a bleeder screw on the slave cylinder that you bleed the system.

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Will not go into gear


You may have to bleed the slave cylinder to get it to work. Bleed it just like brakes-pedal going to floor, open valve. Close valve, pump pedal and pedal to floor again with bleed valve open. When fluid comes out in steady stream with pedal pressed, done. Watch the plunger on the slave cylinder when clutch is pressed-it should move out to move the clutch lever.

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2008 corvette 11,200 miles on it clutch won't release


YOUR WARRANTY SHOULD FIX IT. SHOULDNT HAVE TO FIX YOUR SELF.POSSIBLE CAUSE CLUTCH MASTER CYLINDER FLUID LEVEL.IF LOW CHECK MASTER CYLINDER SLAVE CYLINDER LINES FOR LEAKS FIX AND BLEED CLUTCH HYDRALIC SYSTEM.IF CLUTCH MASTER CYLINDER FLUID LEVEL OKAY.THE CLUTCH DRIVEN DISC PRESSURE PLATE NEED ADJUSTMENT.I WOULD LET YOUR FACTORY WARRANTY FIX IT.YOU SHOULDNT HAVE TO PAY ANYTHING.JUST MAKE SURE FLUID IN CLUTCH MASTER CYLINDER NOT LOW WHEN YOU TAKE IT TO DEALERSHIP.IF THEY CHECK IT OUT FIND ANY KIND NEGLECT TO VECHICLE.THEY WILL NOT PAY.THEY WILL FIX BUT YOU WILL PAY OUT OF POCKET EXPENSE.

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Clutch pedal has no resistance, it just goes to the floor. Car has been sitting up I Maybe slave cylinder?


check to make sure that its full of fluid.try to bleed the slave cylinder,if that dont work and you dont have a leak it has to be master or slave cylinder.

Aug 09, 2010 | 1986 Chevrolet Corvette

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1986 Nissan Pickup


Shift fork may also be one of the reason! watch the shift fork while moving the clutch in and out.
1)The shift fork is near the clutch master cylinder on the tranmission housing. you should now move the fork left and right while the clutch is moved in and out. 2)From your query, it sounds to me that your clutch is not engaging and disengaging completely. 3) This is due to the air block. Make a bleeding process to blow the air out! 4)A broken shift fork will also prohibit the clutch from engaging/disengaging.

May 10, 2010 | 1986 Nissan Pickup 4WD 1986

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New brakes on corvette, now I don't have brakes, brakes have been bleed


More info is needed. What did you replace front or rear brakes

Apr 28, 2010 | 1986 Chevrolet Corvette

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Bleeding manual clutch


is it a hydrolic clutch?? if so, near the clutch housing will be what looks like a bleed nipple, simlar to those on the brake system. basically check the fluid level is topped up, then with help, undoe the bleed nipple while someone pumps the clutch a few times, making sure they hold the pedal down before you tighten the nipple. repeat this until full operation of the clutch .

using a brake bleed kit will also prevent air getting back into the system. top fluid up as required while performing this process.

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Clutch fails to dis-engage clutch. 1986 F250 3/4ton 7.5 2wd


Make sure the slave cylinder body is attached firmly, then bleed the air out of the hydraulics--similar to bleeding brake lines. Watch the clutch mechanics while someone operates the clutch, (engine off) you should see definite movement. If you get movement and no clutch action, you may have to reappraise your clutch installation. Hope this helps!

Dec 19, 2009 | 1986 Ford F 250

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