Question about 1997 Nissan Maxima
TRY BLEEDING THE HYDRAULIC SYSTEM FOR THE CLUTCH, EASY, FILL CLUTCH MASTER CYLINDER WITH DOT 3 BRAKE FLUID, FOLLOW LINES DOWN NEAR THE TRANS. WHERE CLUTCH PISTON MEETS ATTACH 1/4 CLEAR TUBING TO BLEEDER VALVE RUN HOSE UP TO A BOWL WITH 2" FLUID IN IT, HAVE SOMEONE PULL PEDAL OUT AND PUMP ON IT HOLDING PEDAL DOWN, RELEASE THE VALVE AND CLOSE IT, HAVE THE PERSON PULL OUT ON THE PEDAL AND PRESS IT DOWN AGAIN OPEN VALVE AND CLOSE IT , EVENTUALLY IT WILL BUILD PRESSURE AND GET ALL OF THAT PESKY AIR OUT OF THE SYSTEM, MAKE SURE THE MASTER CYLINDER DOESNT RUN OUT OF FLUID AND THAT THE TUBE DOESNT COME OUT OF THE BOWL OR YOU WILL HAVE TO START OVER, KEEP PUMPING UNTIL THE FLUID RUNS CLEAR WITH NO AIR BUBBLES THIS HAPPENED TO ME LAST WEEK AND NOW IM FIXED AND IT WORKED GREAT! I SUGGEST GETTING A HAYNES REPAIR MANUAL IT REALLY WILL SAVE U ALOT OF MONEY IN THE LONG RUN.
Posted on Jul 25, 2008
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