Question about 1998 Chevrolet S-10 Pickup
Posted by Anonymous on
There is ne bleeding neded to be done, simply pull the drain plug to empty and replace, then remove the fill plug just above it, and fill it up till it starts pouring fluid out of the fill hole, then replace the plug wipe clean and done. the clutch will be bled in the same way the brakes would be done.
pump it about four to five times and hold it down on the fifth, while holding it down slightly open the bleeder valveto release the trapped air. repeat this until no air comes outand is just fluid. may take about an hour or two to complete succesfuly.
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