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II cracked the bleeder on the slave cylinder someone pushed the petal it did not shoot out

I had someone push on the petal the fluid did not shoot out it was slow

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Chances are you will not find the bleed valve as a separate part, so I would recommend getting one from a junk yard. Chances are that the same valve will fit cars a couple of years on either side of your model. Best of luck.

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My 1990 bronco2 clutch went out so I replaced everything clutch kit slave cylinder an line the master pump an everything I've bled the lines an still can't get all the air out any tips


If you don't have shop equipment to pull the air out by vacuum or a pressure type to push it out. My back yard technique that works is to hook a hose that fits your brake caliper bleeder in the front and hook it to the slave cylinder at the clutch. Leaving the bleeder open on the slave cylinder, have someone step on the brakes, then slowly open the bleeder on the caliper. It will push the air up and out into the clutch master reservoir. Just make sure that caliper fluid is clean and that you don't let brake master run dry. And make sure hose fits bleeders tite. Has always worked for me. Good luck.

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No fluid comes out the clutch slave cylinder bleeder


make sure that the resevior is full then have someone push down on the clutch pedal a few times and hold it down on the last stroke while you open the slave cylinder valve. then repeat as necessary until fluid comes out. Dont't let the resevior run out of fluid.

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Can 2002 sunfire slave cylinder leak and make the clutch slip from the fluid. their's no fluid in the resiver and car wont start


If the resivor is empty then when you push on the clutch it isn't disengaging allowing the engine to start. The best way to fix this problem is to install a new slave cylinder fill the resivor with fluid have someone push the clutch down open the bleeder valve to let the air out. close the bleeder valve release the clutch push down the clutch hold it to the floor open the bleeder let the air out close the bleeder and let up on clutch. continue doing this until you have a stream of fluid coming out of the bleeder with no air. after every 2 or 3 times check the resivor and fill as needed and dont run it out of fluid while doing this or you will have to start over. After you get a steady stream of fluid from the slave cylinder bleeder when you push on the clutch you will be able to feel the clutch disingage and be able to start the engine and drive.

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How to bleed manual clutch


If your slave cylinder has a bleeder screw like on the brakes, fill the fluid up and open the bleeder screw and let the slave cylinder gravity feed. When you get a steady stream of fluid tighten the screw. Once you close the screw pump the clutch petal a few times and hold it down on the floor and have someone open the screw slowly then close it. Do this a couple of times checking the fluid level between bleeds.

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My clutch doesn't always disengage when the peddle is on the floor and when starting out in first bolts ahead as though the clutch was already part way out. I took it to a shop and they said my clutch...


your clutch master cylinder is right beside your brake master cylinder. I would advise you to replace the master cylinder and the slave cylinder together. The slave cylinder is on the side of the transmission. The slave cylinder does have a bleeder screw on it after the parts are bolted in place fill with dot 3 brake fluid and open the bleeder on the slave cylinder until fluid starts dripping out. Then tighten bleeder then open bleeder and have someone push down on clutch pedal while the pedal is pushed down tighten the bleeder the release pedal. Repeat this procedure until you get no air and the pedal feels normal and you should be good to go. Good luck!

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My clutch dropped to the floor replaced the slave cylinder and bled it.. Still nothing. i need to know what to do next or maybe the correct process of bleeding


I do not know what brand you are working on. Some have bleeders, some do not. If it has a bleeder fill the Clutch Master Cylinder with brake fluid and have someone push and hold the clutch pedal. Put your safety glasses on and crawl under and crack the bleeder. Air will bubble out of the bleeder and the clutch pedal will go to the floor. HOLD THE PEDAL ON THE FLOOR until you close the bleeder. Do it again and again until no more air comes out. The procedure if there is no bleeder is the same except you must loosen and tighten the line itself. The clutch should work if the slave cylinder was the problem to begin with. The Clutch Master Cylinder can be shot and not producing any pressure. The throw out bearing can destroy the clutch fingers and push right through them. If that is what happened the slave cylinder will push the clutch fork just like it should but nothing will happen.

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How do I bleed a 98 camaro clutch?


All clutch master or slave cylinders are bled at the slave.
It has a small bleeder valve you can turn with a wrench, to open and close.
This is always a 2 person operation.
With no pressure on the clutch pedal, the value is opened on the slave.
The petal is pushed all the way down and held.
The bleeder valve is then closed.
Only then is the petal released and allowed to return all the way up.
Repeat until you have refilled the reservoir at least once, and the fluid is clear.
If there is air in the system, you may see nothing coming out at first, then foam later. You are not done until clear fluid comes out.
You can also use your finger on the open bleeder, as a one way valve, to speed up the operation, and to feel the pressure.
Careful, because brake fluid in the clutch system can be hard on paint.
Won't hurt skin though.

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two man job. One guy to pump the pedal, one to crack the bleeder loose on the slave cylinder. only open the bleeder when the pedal is pushed to the floor.tighten the bleeder before letting up on the pedal. Hope this helps.

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Open bleeder at slave. Push down on pedal and hold. Tighten bleeder and repeat until fluid is present. Then pump up and bleed remainder of air. Requires two people.

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Clutch petal had no resistance Changed the master & slave cylinder, added fluid no air leaks, pumped clutch pedal with no presuure. What else could I do?


did you bleed the clutch? there's a bleeder nut/bolt on the slave cylinder. have someone pump up the cluth and hold, then loosen nut/bolt and air will come out. repeat process untill pedal has resistance and good fluid coming from bleeder. make sure to top of fluid during process, if you run it dry, you have to repeat the whole process again. note, i'm assuming this due to my experince on other vechiles, never worked on an isuzu before. but had the same issue on others.

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