Question about Toyota RAV4
Disconnect the fluid line,and unbolt the slave and remove,replace it in the reverse order,and bleed it at the slave cylinder by filling reservoir,and pushing to the floor ,the clutch pedal,one time and hold it and tighten the bleeder back up,repeat this over and over until you have clutch pedal,be sure not to run out of fluid,
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
First get the the replacement slave and have it on hand. Have someone in the truck to push the pedal while you bleed the slave cylinder. Use a line wrench to disconnect the line to it. Probably a 10mm. Then taking off mounting nuts and old slave cylinder.
To put the new one on just reverse the steps, mount the new one, hook the hydraulic line back up, fill the master clutch cylinder resivoir with brake fluid and bleed it again. Do it until the fluid comes out yelowish. Top on resivoir, and that is it.
Yes always use an original toyota slave...it is always proven better in the past than an aftermarket one...
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