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My clutch in my 2004 toyota solara 4cyl. se coupe is stuck to the ground...i have added additional dot 3 fluid and it is not pumping back up....how do i bleed the master cylinder or slave?

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SOURCE: bleed brakes on 2003 toyota corolla

i try to help you, firts refill brake fluid container,open purge valve in one wheel front only,wait few minutes when drops fluid, close this valve and open other wheel, same procedure, finally repeat this in each 4 wheels

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SOURCE: Clutch lost all resistance. No fluid in the master cylinder

If you can not fet the slave to bleed,no pressure at the slave,then replace the master.

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there is still air in the system, keep pumping it will eventually come out. if it has a bleeder try that

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SOURCE: clutch gone out 88

If the clutch itself is no good, replacing the hydraulic system which operates it will accomplish nothing.
If the clutch has not been replaced, then an 88 year model is long past needing a new clutch, bearing, and pressure plate. If those parts are good, then you need to bleed the hydraulic system. Someone must pump and hold the clutch pedal down whilst another releases the air from the bleeder nipple and then tightens it before the pumper starts again. Repeat and repeat until the system is bled. If you are leaking fluid out or air in through a bad connection, you will never get it bled out. Sometimes you need to tie a short rope around the clutch pedal to pull it back up as you are pumping it.

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SOURCE: how to bleed clutch master cylinder on 1993 toyota pickup

run tubes from the fitting and loop them back into the reservour the push the valve in and out

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