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    Jeffrey Turcotte Oct 16, 2010

    if you didn't bench bleed, there may be air stuck in the slave. Try this trick: Use a screwdriver or other tool to push the slave piston in. Open the bleeder and push the piston in, then close bleeder before releasing piston. Repeat until you get the air out of the slave.

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IT IS JUST LIKE BLEEDING A BRAKE SYSTEM HAVE A HELPER GET IN AND PUMP THE CLUTCH PEDAL AND THEN HOLD IT DOWN AND OPEN THE BLEEDER ON THE SLAVE CYLINDER KEEP DOING THIS 4-5 TIMES AND YOU SHOULD HAVE A PEDAL IF NOT THERE IS ANOTHER PROBLEM MAKE SURE TO KEEP THE CLUTCH MASTER FULL

Posted on Oct 16, 2010

  • Casey Brooks
    Casey Brooks Feb 14, 2011

    Where is the bleeder located at on the slave cylinder

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