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How is the bleed screw measured.eg.8mm is that the nut size or what i need a replacement one and it is 22mm long 5mm in diameter at the thread and is a 8mm spanner size nut
You will need a 22mmx 5mm bleed screw and the spanner size will be determined by the maker.. Best get the replacement from a wrecker and get exactly the same as you have.
Posted on Jul 21, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
SOURCE: Bleeding breaks on '01 silverado
if you can get the bleeder out replace it otherwise you will need to replace the caliper remember to start at the the line furthest away from the mastercylinder when you bleed them and work your way to the closet
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
They are called wheel studs and can be replaced by removing the wheel hub.
Once you have the wheel hub removed you need to press fix the old studs out and press fit the new one's on place.
Never use a hammer to remove the studs, you may end up damaging the hub bearing which means more money out the door.
Good luck and hope this helps. Most shop can do this in about an hour but most charge about 2 hours. Sorry for the bad news.
If you'll try to do it your self you can get away by useing a few large washers and a good C Clamp and pipe for leverage
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
SOURCE: crankshaft pulley removal
Ive made do with what i can many times, When i was stuck on the side of the road 100+ miles from home with a broken timing belt i used my power steering belt wraped around it self and hooked to another pulley to crack that dam thing free!!
If you can do it with out fing up the four threaded holes then do it,, You may need the four threaded holes in good condition in the next step, when you need a puller to get the pulley off.
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
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