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I am trying to bleed the clutch of a kia k2700 after i replaced the clutch kit. the brake fluid is not coming out of the clutch master cylinder but the master cylinder is not faulty.

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SOURCE: 2000 Kia Sportage Losing brake fluid. Is it a big

No it is not that big of a deal. It is normally 2-3 nuts and your brake lines. The things to make sure of is that brake fluid does not get on any of the electronics below the cylinder by using a towel. Also make sure to bleed the cylinder before hooking the brake lines in all the way. Basically you can do this by screwing in the brake lines about half way and hitting the brake pedal about half way down. Make sure the reservoir does not get empty. Bleed it until there is nothing but fluid coming out of both lines. Obviously this is best done with two people. Have them hold the pedal down while you tighten the lines fully and you should be good.

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SOURCE: Kia Sephia 5 spd won't shift gears

You need to bleed the lines with a special tool, contact the dealer on this.

Posted on Jun 13, 2012

SOURCE: replaced the clutch master cylinder in 2001 kia sephia but still not working. The fluid wont go to the cylinder even after bleeding what did I miss?

Hi Monique, As you have replaced the master cylinder, what is the condition of the slave cylinder? I wonder how you are bleeding the system. The procedure is as follows. Fill the reservoir and have a friend keep it full as the bleeding procedure is carried out. Pump the clutch pedal all the way to the floor and then release it to the upper end of its travel. do this until you feel pressure in the pedal and with the pedal pressed all the way to the floor have a friend open and then after two seconds close the bleeding nipple while you hold the pedal down. Once the nipple is closed repeat the action and the bleeding procedure. The nipple must only be opened and then closed while you hold the pedal to the floor. Repeat the procedure until the clutch action returns to normal. Regards John

Posted on Sep 09, 2012

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Hi AMY,Sounds like your clutch slave cylinder may be bad,check your clutch fluid in the master cylinder under the hood,if real low or empty,then the seal in the slave cylinder is bad and no holding pressure,easy to fix.here's a link to replace,it's located on the side of transmission with a hydraulic line connected to it,plus after installing you will have to bleed,I use a bleeder kit that Autozone sells for about 8.49 and it uses brake fluid,yes break fluid,the same as your brake reservoir has in it. Repair Guides Clutch Slave actuator Cylinder AutoZone com Here's another link to your clutch master cylinder in case you don't know what it look's like,k. Repair Guides Clutch Master Cylinder AutoZone com Here's a link on how to bleed. http://www.autozone.com/repairinfo/repairguide/repairGuideContent.jsp?pageId=0996b43f8037f09a Here's a link to a bleeder kit. OEM One man brake bleeder kit 25036 Read 17 Reviews on OEM 25036 Got any questions, just ask.

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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.
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