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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: trouble bleeding the clutch
all clutch slave cylinders have a bleed screw,one pipe in,the other hole is the bleed screw hole,should be tapered at the bottom,for the screw to deal against,also sits above the pipe,to let the air out
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
SOURCE: is there a bleeder screw
YES IF YOU ARE WORKING ON A TRUCK IT IS UNDER THE TRUCK ON THE DRIVERS SIDE IF YOU LOOK YOU WILL SEE THE LINE COMING OVER TO THE TRANS IT IS BY THAT AND ALOT OF TIMES IT HAS A BLACK FOAM RUBBER PIECE ON IT JUST TAKE THAT OFF THEY ARE VERY HARD TO BLEED THE MAST CYLINDER ON ALOT OF THEM WAS ON AN DOWNWARD PITCH AND AIR GETS TRAPED IN IT SOMETIMES IT WORK IT YOU BLEED IT GOOD AND THEN LET IT SIT OVERNIGHT THEN YOU WILL HAVE A GOOD PEDAL IN THE MORNING
Posted on Oct 20, 2010
if you are looking at the side of the transmission on the drivers side there is a unit with the bleeder valve on it.it looks the same as a bleeder screw for the brakes.and is bleed the same way
Posted on Apr 24, 2011
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