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Need to know how to bled slave cylinder for clutch pedal!

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Make sure the Reservoir is filled up with brake fluid,,then manualy force the actuating rod at the slave cylinder back and forth in and out of the slave cylinder,,this should recharge the clutch system. then try bleeding again but make sure you do not allow air into the system.

Posted on Jan 29, 2009

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you shouldn't br having those issue, its seem you done everything correctly, I would take that new master out and replace it with another new one, hope you still have the reciept. I've seen and have brought many manufacture default many of time because it has been setting on their shelves for long time. if that dont fix the issue check your line it may have small leak somewhere between the master to slave.

Posted on Sep 12, 2009

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the clutch activating arm is a possible suspect, when you bled the system did you get fluid squirting out of the slave? if so then try moving the activating arm, does it feel loose when moving back and forth without feeling any pressure?

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You need to inspect the feed line if the return line is squezed or kinked in any place it will impede return and the cylinder will seem stuck. If the lines are servicable remove the cylinder and bench test and bleed. it might be a burr left in the cylinder. Also check travel of the pedal without the system in place. Finally When I replace one of these units I have to bleed it out of the vehicle with another person holding the slave cylinder because there is no bleed screw on the slave cylinder. If you removed the little brass screw you broke it. I find there is no way to get out all the air unless the slave cylinder is held verticle with consant pressure applied to the throw arm. Then when bled reinsert into vehicle.

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It sounds like your Slave Clutch Cylinder has gone bad but here are a few more possibilities: Your Primary Clutch Cylinder is normally more stout but are you bleeding out on both ends? Have you checked for leakage from your Slave Cylinder to your Primary? Are you losing any fluid ? Did you break any fingers on your Clutch Pressure Plate?

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If you have bled the system, you are down to either having a bad clutch master cylinder, or a bad clutch slave cylinder. You could eliminate the slave cylinder by removing the line and capping it off, and if you have a firm pressure on the clutch pedal ( don;'t try to push it down, just check for pressure!) then your slave cylinder is bad. If you cap off the line, and bleed the system, and the pedal still has no pressure, then your clutch master cylinder is bad!

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You cannot bleed these clutch hydraulics. They are meant to be a pre-bled sealed unit that you buy. You should never replace just the slave or the master. Buy them both and replace them as one unit which is already bled from the factory. Otherwise you will experience what you are describing.

Make sure you install the slave cylinder (into the transmission hole) first and then the master cylinder (pedal side) next and do not hook up the pedal until everything is installed.

If you take the slave out with the pedal attached it will extend the rod and ruin the hydraulics rendering them useless.

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