Question about 2002 Chrysler Voyager
To bleed the clutch, there is a little slave cylinder next to the transmission, on that slave cylinder there is a bleed nipple. Undo that put a pipe on it that fit nicely, put the other end of the pipe in a jar with some brake fluid. When you have got that right, pump the clutch pedal up&down. but keep a eye on the fluid in the reservoir under the hood, keep pumping the pedal until all the air bubbles are gone. when they have all gone tighten up the bleed nipple without taking the pipe off. then you are done.
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