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There isn't a oil bleeder bolt. If you want to drain your oil then the drain plug is located at the bottom of oil pan

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On bottom of oil pan

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Brake bleeding


To properly bleed the brakes, start with a couple of 8-ounce cans of fresh brake fluid. An unopened can has a long shelf life. An opened can should be discarded within a few weeks. Get the vehicle up in the air and remove all four wheels. Well, okay, you might be able to do this with the wheels on if you can swing a wrench on the bleeder valves.









Top off the reservoir with fresh fluid regularly as you bleed the system. Don\'t let it get more than half empty




So, your next task is to make sure the bleeder valves can be loosened. You\'ll need a box wrench that fits the bleeder bolt. A crescent wrench or Vise-Grip probably will just round off the bolt\'s flats. A little penetrating oil drizzled on the bolts the day before will help. So will some judicious tapping with a hammer to break up any corrosion. Loosen the bolts, but leave them closed.



If you can\'t turn the bleeders without breaking them off, you\'ll need to replace the brake calipers or wheel cylinders. See the above notation about penetrating oil and light hammer taps before applying enough torque to break these minuscule, hollow bolts.



Sneak into the kitchen and appropriate the small turkey baster. Remove the top to the master cylinder reservoir and suck out as much of the old squid ink as you can. Clean any sediment out of the reservoir with a clean, lint-free rag. Do not spill any brake fluid on any painted surfaces -- it will remove the paint pretty much immediately.



Get a piece of clear plastic tubing (aquarium tubing is fine, and it\'s cheap). Push one end of the tube over the brake bleeder bolt at the right rear of the car. Put the other end of the tube into a small, clear bottle with an inch or two of clean brake fluid in it. (This will keep air from being sucked back into the brake cylinder or caliper.) Put a piece of 1 x 4 lumber or some other spacer under the pedal to prevent the pedal from traveling too far when line pressure is released. Top off the master cylinder reservoir with fresh fluid and put the cover back on the reservoir. Fluid will squirt out of an open reservoir every time the pedal is released.



Cue the Helper


Your helper needs to be someone who can follow instructions exactly. He or she won\'t get dirty hands so you don\'t need to pull one of your pals away from the ballgame. A teenager in a white dress will do fine. Have your helper sit in the driver\'s seat and await your orders. Here\'s the drill: You say "down." He or she depresses the brake pedal with about the same amount of force needed to keep the car from rolling forward at a traffic light. Then your helper says "down" and keeps the pressure on. When you hear the call, warn your helper that the brake pedal is about to sink underfoot and to keep the pressure on constantly. Then crack the bleeder bolt a quarter-turn.











Got ABS? You may need to use a scan tool during the bleeding process to cycle the pump and valves.








Some of the old, contaminated fluid will trickle down the tubing into your bottle. When the trickle stops, close the bleeder. Then you say "up." Your helper says "up," and removes his or her foot from the pedal.



Repeat this process until fresh, clear fluid comes from the bleeder. Any out-of-sequence moves can suck air into the caliper. Yes, the end of the tubing is submerged in fluid, but air can travel past the threads on the bleeder bolt into the caliper if there\'s ever any negative pressure in the system while the bleeder is cracked.



Every half-dozen or so iterations, top off the reservoir with fresh fluid. Do not allow the reservoir to get more than half empty -- air can be sucked into the master cylinder unless the fluid level remains well above the bottom of the reservoir that feeds the cylinder.



Once clean fluid is coming out of the brake, snug the bleeder bolt and move your operation to the left rear wheel and start all over again. Next repeat the process with the right front and finally with the left front. Follow that with a few strokes of fresh fluid from all four, again. Don\'t forget to keep the reservoir topped off.

Dec 07, 2013 | 2003 Isuzu Ascender

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I dont know what bolt to loosen to bleed my brakes.


You need to loosen the Bleeder valve on the brake caliper, it is located on top of the caliper loosen it slightly and you will notice fluid start to run. If you are doing it our self you will need to let each one gravity bleed for about 15 min each. Hope that helps you

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Replaced stock clutch master cylinder on a 2007 saturn ion now im having trouble bleeding it how do i do it


best way is with pressure bleeder system
i have also luck out by backbleeding the system
get an new oil pump can fill with fluide open bleeder screw
insert clear tubbing over bleeder screw and on to oil spout
start pumping oil can until oil fill top reservoir then sht bleeder and remove tube and oil can
most system use brake fluide for clutch
thats why need to use new oil pump can do not cross contaminate with any other oil
worked for me

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How to change a water pump


First drain the coolant if possible (you will find a drain **** on the bottom drivers side of rad). Loosen the water pump pulley bolts while serpentine belt still attached (10mm X 4). Remove the serpentine belt, and plastic diagram bracket just above the waterpump. Remove the (8mm bolts X 5) holding the water pump to front engine housing. Note the little arrow or triangle at the top of waterpump when removing, it will help you to install new water pump in same location. Scrape off most of the old gasket material, use fine sand paper to clean engine surface as best as possible. Install new gasket to water pump, and align the holes (it only goes on one way, and maybe upside down if they don't line up). Locate arrow and reinstall, torque 5 bolts to 89 in/lbs tight but not too tight. Reinstall pulley, serpentine belt and bracket. Tighten the pulley bolts, refill coolant (close drain ****). Just above the waterpump there is a coolant hose with a little 7mm screw for a bleeder. Open the bleeder (engine off). Continue to fill rad with coolant until it comes out bleeder. Close bleeder and test run. Recheck the coolant level later when cooled.

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How do I change a thermostat in a 2003 chrysler sebring?


Parts Approx...... $70
Labour ...............2 hour. May take up to 8 Hours. It Depends on your experience how fast you get the job done.

Location. its located somewhere behind the alternater. so you must romove alternator. (Ac Compressor removal is optional)

1. Disconnect Battery Cable,
2. Raise the car on Hoist Or Jack up
3. Drain Coolant from Radiator
4. Remove Right Front Wheel and Splash Shields
5. Remove Belt and Tensioner
6.Remove Dip Stick Bolt + remove Dip Stick tube. ( cover dip stick hole so that coolant dosunt get in to oil pan) or (Do an oil change if coolant gets in to oil pan)
7. Remove Lower Alternator Bolt
8. Remove Uper Alternator Bolts (Access from the Hood).
9. Remove All the Connections to the Alternator and Ac.
11. Remove Thermostat housing bolts
12. Remove thermostat

to installl Reverse the procedure and at the end open the bleeder valve and pour in coolant slowly in to the reservoir

Start Engine

add coolant and bleed the air out.
let the thermostat valve open and cerculate coolant untill Rad cooling fan cycles.

thats it you are done!!

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How do I replace brake pads on 2007 tucson. I


use a 14mm wrench or socket to remove the caliper bolts/slides. remove caliper. note how old pads came off, match the new pads with same location of old pads ( check for hardware or indicator location). press the caliper piston in . the correct way is to use a caliper press, apply a little pressure to piston, open bleeder screw, press piston all the way in, tighten bleeder. (or grab a 'c' clamp and slowly push the piston in. i would recommend having the rotors machined to for proper wear and to eliminate vibration. for this remove 2 17mm bolts holding caliper bracket on and rotor will slide off.

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Bleed the clutch in my 95 cavalier


The bleeder screw is located on the transmission slave cylinder housing. (Follow the hose from the clutch master cylinder) This is not a bolt, but a bleeder screw that has a fluid passage through the center to allow fluid to exit during bleeding.
An assistant needs to pump the clutch, then hold the pedal to the floor. Open bleed screw, tighten and repeat. Good luck

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How do you replace the slave cylinder


Step 1
Raise the vehicle and support with jack stand placed underneath the frame.
  • Step 2 Remove the cover from the reservoir on top of the clutch master cylinder. It will be located in the engine bay on the driver side of the firewall, near the brake master cylinder. Fill the reservoir with DOT 3 brake fluid. Do not allow the reservoir to run dry at any time during the bleeding process.
  • Step 3 Locate the clutch slave cylinder. It will be bolted to the clutch housing. Locate the small bleeder screw near where the hydraulic hose connects to the slave cylinder.
  • Step 4 Connect a length of clear plastic tube to the bleeder screw.
  • Step 5 Open the slave cylinder bleeder screw, by turning it counterclockwise. Have an assistant pump the clutch pedal until clean brake fluid seeps out of the bleeder screw. Then close the bleeder screw. Make sure the clutch master cylinder does not run dry.
  • Step 6 Have the assistant pump the clutch pedal a few times and hold it against the floor. While the pedal is held against the floor, open the bleeder screw and allow the some fluid to seep out. Close the bleeder screw before releasing the clutch pedal.
  • Step 7 Repeat the process listed in the step above and watch the fluid seeping out of the slave cylinder. The clutch is fully bled when there are no more air bubbles in the fluid seeping out of the slave cylinder. You will be able to see the bubbles in the clear plastic tubing. Do not allow the clutch master cylinder to run dry at any point.
  • Step 8 Lower the vehicle.
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    Please help!!!


    You should have a crush washer on each side of the banjo bolt. You may be loosing your pressure to everything else by all the brake fluid leaking. You may have to go through the motions a few times before you see the fluid come out of the rear.

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    the nipple sticks out side the bell housing on the left side just above your hydralic line for your clutch,auto zones web has a complete diagraham and steps for bleeding

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