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How to bleed a nissan note clutch 2006

Trying to bleed a clutch system after replacing the clutch kit

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SOURCE: 1996 Ford Ranger XLT Clutch Bleeding

The problem is up at the Master Cyl............It comes ou of the firewall and points DOWN at about a 45 deg angle.....The reservoir is remote and the hose is set to the lowest point of the cyl...........The tube TO the slave is 180 deg around facing bottom...........
Take the master cly OFF the firewall.......tilt it so that both inlet and outlet are the HIGHEST point of the cyl........Gravity bleed or vacula the slave.........then reinstall the master
I know it sounds like a lot of work but it's the easiest way to clear the air out of Ranger/Explorer hydraulics

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SOURCE: Clutch bleeding

fill the clutch cylinder with brake fluid open bleeder on slave cylinder let oil leak check the fluid in the master you should see bubble coming out after there only oil coming out close the bleeder ask somebody to go in the car pump the clutch pedal 3 time hold it there to the floor open bleeder oil come out close bleeder repeat a few time don t forget to check mthe oil level add if needed thanks pierre p.s you may need to lift the clutch pedal with our hand when you bleed the clutch that normal

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SOURCE: Clutch problem

Have someone press down on the clutch pedal while you look at the release lever. There should be movement on the lever of about a 1/2 inch. If not the problem is on the hydraulic side. If there is sufficient movement the problem is on the mechanical side (Incorrect fitment/ cracked release lever in the bellhousing/incorrect parts ie pressure plate) Pay attention to where the slave cylinder pin contacts the release lever. Severe wear can occur at this point as it is hardly ever lubricated by service centres/backyard mechanis and you could have a situation where the pin goes straight throught the contact point due to wear.
Bear in mind, (something that has puzzled me completely), a master cylinder that has been inoperative for a while, especially on older cars, needs to have its' seals replaced before working properly again. Go figure!

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I have a 94 d21 Nissan and it sounds like its going into gear but will not pull at all why

If it is a manual transmission,then it could be your slave cylinder.Check your clutch fluid,if low or out then your slave cylinder is leaking and not holding pressure.I have a 85 Nissan 720 4x4 with the 2.4 engine,replaced mine a few times,you can just add fluid and bleed it to get you home.Here's a link on how to replace,you didn't state if you have the 2.4 or 3.0 engine,here's another link on the part.Autozone sells a one man bleeder kit for about 8 bucks,I have one,the cylinder is located on the side of the transmission,easy to replace. Repair Guides Clutch Clutch Release Cylinder AutoZone com Here's a link on bleeding it. Repair Guides Clutch Bleeding The Clutch Hydraulic System AutoZone com It uses brake fluid,the same that's in your brake reservoir. Duralast Clutch Slave Cylinder 12425 Read Reviews on Duralast 12425 Here's the bleeder kit you will need. OEM One man brake bleeder kit 25036 Read 17 Reviews on OEM 25036

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I just finished putting on a new gear box and clutch kit for and when i started it and put it on gear it was so low and soft and a loud noise after that... I just want to know why did it do that pls?

So you installed a new transmission and a whole new clutch kit? Did the kit include the pressure plate, clutch, throw out bearing and slave cylinder? Did you bleed the slave cylinder? The low and soft pedal is a clear sign that there is air in the hydraulic system. The loud noise after that tells me you're either grinding the gear trying to shift or there is a problem inside the transmission itself. If you installed everything correctly and torqued all the bolts correctly in the clutch assembly and transmission, then try bleeding the slave cylinder again, sometimes air gets trapped in the cylinder and it's hard to get out, If you let the clutch master cylinder run dry while you either had the clutch apart or while you were bleeding the clutch, then you have to start from scratch and re-bleed the whole system.

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Fitted new clutch kit on a Nissan np200 1.6 and it drove for 3 days then the clutch got spongy again #any specific way to bleed the system on this car ?

Nissans have a problem with bleeding clutches as would normally be done
I suggest that you take it to a brake shop and have it bleed using a pressure bleeder

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Did you replace the master or slave cylinder?
If you replaced the clutch master cylinder, make sure you bench bleed it before you install it. Bench bleed it by getting a "bleed kit" (plastic fittings that screw into the hole where the hydraulic line connects to it, and a couple of hoses) secure the master cylinder in a vise (don't crush it, just hold it firmly), insert the plastic fitting and attach a hose. Fill the reservoir with brake fluid, then route the hose back into the fluid within the reservoir. insert a rod into the end of the master cylinder where the brake rod goes, then slowly push in and out until you don't see any more bubbles.
Then remove the plastic fitting and quickly install. Make sure to keep some rags handy to put under the master cylinder as it will leak a little while you're trying to get it installed. Keep in mind that brake fluid can ruin your paint, so wipe any off immediately.

If you replaced the slave cylinder and it's not bleeding, you can connect a long vacuum line to the bleeder valve on the slave cylinder and hold it in the master cylinder fluid reservoir. have someone pump the clutch slowly until all of the bubbles are gone, then bleed it the "old-school" way, by opening and closing the bleed valve while someone pumps for you.
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Hi Deb,here's a link on bleeding your clutch,see my silver 85 Nissan 4x4,my clutch is bled the same way as your,use the same brake fluid as you use for your brakes.Is your slave cylinder leaking or you just replaced,they have a one person bleeder kit for 8 bucks,but it's better to have 2 people to do it.But if you were to break down and have the kit,your not walking.

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Did you bleed,if you did and it's good there,check clutch switch that is mounted on clutch pedal.If this is okay,then you may need a new clutch kit.

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Hi Robert,I have 85 Nissan 4x4,know these Nissan's very well,you stated your clutch fluid in reservoir was empty,which means your clutch slave cylinder is bad and leaking.It's located on the side of transmission with 2 bolts holding it on,may have fluid on it,they use brake fluid.Here's a guide on how to replace,here's the part,very easy to replace.You can fill up with fluid and bleed to get you where you need to go,will hold up temporary,best to get a bleeder kit at Autozone to bleed.

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Hi Tim,got a 85 Nissan 4x4,your problem could be your clutch slave cylinder is bad and not holding pressure,check your clutch master cylinder,problaly about empty,here's a link to the bad part,it's easy to replace,it's bolted on side of transmission with 2 bolts,check and see if fluid is leaking.You will have to bleed after you install,az. has bleeder kits.To bleed,best to have someone pump clutch pedal a few times and hold to floor,get bleeder tube with connection and install on blleeder screw,add brake fluid to bleeder container and stick higher up than bleeder screw and open to let air out,do this until no air comes out,don't let clutch master to get low,keep full.

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