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After bleeding the clutch in a 2000 Saturn, where do you put the fluid in?

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Is there a line you can follow from the clutch slave cylinder to the fire wall and does it go into the brake master cylinder? if so top up the brake master to the max level and no more

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Fill the master, and bleed the slave, just like you bleed a brake system. Takes two people, and three are better.
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The clutch is to the floor in my hyundai elantra 2000, where do i put the fluid in, nothing is marked.


The fluid resivor is a small bowl with a cap on it on the drivers side under the hood near the brake master cylinder. If there is no fluid in it the clutch may be worn out and needs to be replaced. Also if you fill the resivor you may need to bleed the system. Fill the resivoir with normal brake fluid (DOT 3) them locate the bleeder screw on the slave cylinder bolted to the transmission. I have pictures for you of the Clutch master cylinder (where the fluid goes) and the slave cylinder where you bleed it.

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How do you bleed a clutch cylinder on a 2000 sl saturn?


try hooking up a vacuum pump at clutch cylinder fitting,  open  fitting , and pump down while continuing to  fill reservoir, when air bubbles stop flowing with fluid, tighten fitting   

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No way to bleed the clutch system.You need to buy a clutch master/Slave assy from saturn.Comes completely full of fluid & ready to install.It has retainers to hold slave pin in place until fully installed.Once installed you push the pedal & you will hear a faint click which is the slave retainer breakaways relieving.No other way to bleed although aftermarket parts house will sell you individual pieces.hope this helps

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