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Does 2005 Nissan maximum have an bleeding screw

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Hi Dexter and Paula,here's a link to your clutch slave cylinder,hope this is what your talking about,if not,let me and Paula know,k. SAVE 20 GET 10 GIFT CARD ON ONLINE SHIP TO HOME ORDERS OF 100 OR MORE

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Hi,yes but what is the bleed nipple you are looking for.

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