Question about 1996 Mitsubishi Eclipse
Are you sure that no other part is not leaking, , how do you bleed the system , first you fill the clutch resover with fluid . you then open the clutch cylinder bleeding screw . wait a few minst for fluid to run out , then lock it off, have an assistance to pump the clutch and press down and hold it there , then you open the bleeding screw and lock off back before the assistance could relace the clutch peddle , do that a few time till all the air come out let me konw what happen
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