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I need a pic of how and where to bleed the clutch on a 1995 honda accord

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I don't have a picture, but if it's anything like my 93 accord you should find the slave cylinder on the right side of the vehicle (your left as you look at the car from the front), on top of the transmission. It has a rod sticking out the end, which conntects to the clutch throwout rod, and a bleeder fitting on the cylinder.

If you can get a Clymer, Haynes, or similar manual, or check it out of the library, it should have pictures and procedures.

You would bleed it just like you bleed brakes, either get a kit at the local auto parts store so you can do it yourself, or have someone help you. Put a hose over the fitting, the other end into a jar or can with a little brake fluid in it. Loosen the bleeder fitting a little, and have someone slowly push in the clutch pedal and hold it. Tighten the bleeder fitting, release the clutch pedal, loosen the bleeder fitting, push in the clutch pedal and hold it, tighten the bleeder fitting, etc. Repeat until the fluid runs clear and there are no more bubbles.

Keep the clutch master cylinder full (located on the firewall) so you don't pump more air into the system.

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Here's a basic picture of the slave cylinder,get a peice of clear tubing(you can get this at a hardware store)about 2 feet long and put it on the bleeder screw,put the other end in a jar filled about halfway with brake fluid,open the bleeder screw and have someone slowly depress the clutch pedal when it bttoms out close the bleeder before they let the pedal up,do this until no more air bubbles come out of the system,be sure to not let the clutch master cylinder run dry or you'll pull more air in the system.Have you replaced any parts in the clutch hydraulic system?If you haven't then you really need to find the underlying problem,if the pedal is soft or if the clutch doesn't fully disengage you you could have a bad pressure plate.You could have bad seals in the master or slave cylinder thats allowing air to be pulled into the system(look fluid leaks around the master and slave cylinders or possibly on the floor under the pedal)Hope this helps,please rate if it does and the best of luck.

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    Forgot the pic here it is

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There is no bleed valve on the clutch slave, because gravity bleeds it.

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