Question about 1996 Chevrolet S-10 Pickup
I just did one of these t the shop and they are very hard to do. system is difficult to work on and the slave cyinder is inside the transmission so i would tread carefully on this one if you are ot sure of what you are doing.
now if you are trying to flush the fluid the best way is to keep the cap off the master cylinder and keep the level up because if you let it run dry it will get air bound and when you open the bleeder it will come out very quickly. now the bleeder is on the drivers side of the transmission right above the hydraulic line going into the slave cylinder. have someone up top to keep adding fluid and someone under the truck to open and close the bleeder. when you have the bleeder open let the fluid run out until it looks clear like the new fluid you are putting in! tighten bleeder but not over tight and thats about it.
the bleeder screw is a 11mm and that's all you will need for tools!
if your pedal is soft when you try to use the clutch after doing this it is recommended by the manufacture when preforming a bleed of the system to pump pedal several times until it comes back up and to keep doing this until it is back up.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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