Question about 2001 Dodge Ram 3500 Truck
Changed the master cyclinder and the slave cyclinder and we are trying to bleed the clutch but there is no bleed screw on this year model truck. We have used the method suggested by our local mechanic and it has not made much difference because it has not even broken the tabs off the slave cyclinder, do you have any suggestions on how to bleed the clutch?
Use a hand vacumn and cover over the reservoir, apply light vacumn and the air will come to the reservoir, usually take 2 or 3 time and the air will work back out to the top,
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
Either you have to pull off the old clutch assembly(Master, slave cylinders, reservoir and the line),since its a factory sealed unit and replace with a new one or one from another vehicle, or , see if a parts store has the new ones out. The slave cylinder is the one with the bleeder valve.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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