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Dropped a socket in my bell housing... Im an idiot.

So I dropped a socket in my bell house while I was trying to bleed my clutch system on my 2000 camaro ss. It fell through the bleeder screw hole. Is it gonna be hell getting it out? How do I do it?

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You can remove the lower bolts on the dust cover and the socket should roll right out if you use a screw driver to hold the dust cover open a little

Posted on Oct 17, 2013

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SOURCE: 1994 chevy camaro 3.4manual 5 speed

You may want to read bleeding instruction at this link, it may shed some light.

http://www.autozone.com/shopping/repairGuide.htm?pageId=0900c152800b886d

Posted on Jan 31, 2009

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SOURCE: how do you bleed the clutch on 99 3.8 camaro, bleeder location?

bleed it the same way as brakes and the bleader is on top of hte slave cylinder on the side of the transmission
good luck
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Posted on Mar 04, 2010

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SOURCE: I replaced the clutch master cylinder and the braided brake line in a 2000 camaro ss and I'm trying to bleed the system. I know how to do it but I've done the procedure 20 times and there is still no

Assuming the replacement clutch master is not defective, you may need to replace the slave cylinder located at the transmission. Bleeding of the clutch system is done at the slave cylinder. Hope this was helpful.

Posted on Mar 22, 2013

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