Question about 1989 GMC Sierra
Not difficult to do, just make sure you have plenty of extra fluid keeping the reservoir full. Bleeding will need an assistance. There's a bleeding valve on the slave cylinder unit it self. The unit does wear out over times rebuild or replace may be necessary due to loss of clutch slave cyclinder pressure. Have your assistance pump the clutch paddle 4-5 times and hold it to the floor while you turn the bleed valve quickly open and shut it off. do this 3-4 times and that should do the trick. Keep in mind, do not let your assistance release the clutch paddle up while you bleeding the valves, keep it to the floor until the bleeding is done and the valve is close. Hope that help, good luck.
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
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