i have a 86 and its on the slave cyl. mounted on the tranny, it looks like a brake bleeder
I have the same vehicle and I couldn't easily find it eitherChecked the service manual and there is one ....under a dust cover but the picture is soo bad I couldn't tell you where.It's the same as the brake fluid bleeder just better at hiding
Brake bleeder? Clutch bleeder? Coolant bleeder?
Most hydraulic clutch systems do have a bleeder valve.
where is the bleeder valve for 2003 Saturn ion clutch
if youre referring to the bleeder valve, its on the clutch slave cylinder bolted to the transmission
Look at the back of the engine where the slave is for the clutch. The bleeder is right there. Just follow the hyd. line on the right side.
The bleeder valve in right on the slave cylinder, no idea how to open it though, it's all plastics and no screws
It's on the slave cylinder which is mounted on drivers side of the transmission right behind the bell housing.
on the bottom of the clutch arm going into the tranny it looks like a little nipple like a brake bleeder screw
The bleeder is located at the clutch arm on the bell housing. There is a fluid line going from the master cylinder to the clutch bleeder. This metal line has flexible hoses at either end. Follow this line down to the front of the engine just about in the middle and you'll find the bleeder valve.
It should be on the bottom of the radiator.
The bleeder valve is on the front of the clutch housing. There is a metal line that goes from the firewall master cylinder to the slave cylinder. The metal line goes across the transmission. Follow it and you will find a bleeder screw with a rubber cover on it. Take the cover off to bleed the system.
Fill resevoir open bleeder valve at slave cylinder Gravity will cause fluid to run out Depress clutch pedal and hold Tighten bleeder screw
The hydraulic clutch on a 91 Chevy Cavalier is bled by slowly pumping the clutch and releasing the bleeder valve. The valve is closed and the process repeated until all air is removed.
Not positive on yours but usually it's like this. Make sure the clutch master cylinder reservoir is full. Then have someone push and hold the clutch pedal to the floor. Open the bleeder valve on the clutch slave cylinder, letting the fluid squirt out, close the bleeder valve. Repeat process. You do this until the clutch fluid comes out clear with no bubbles. Usually 2 or 3 pumps will do it. Then make sure the bleeder valve is closed tight, top off the clutch master cylinder fluid resovoir and you're done. Hope this helps.
open bleeder valve on slave cylinder,gravity is going down hill,so get aclear hose and put on bleeder valve and openand pump clutch pedal until air is gone,dont let fluid get to low.
Answer is yes. A bleeder valve is simply a tiny bolt with fluid passages built-in, and if you unscrew it far enough it will come right out. Usually this bleeder valve is located on the slave cylinder, on the transmission itself. Depending on the type of vehicle though, the valve length, thread, and head size are different.
There is none, the factory set ups come already bled and ready to install, if you want you can get an aftermarket set up that has a bleeder valve
two people open bleeder valve "down" close "up" and most important extemely slow on peddle , bleeder is on the bell housing in front of clutch fork
The same way you bleed brakes, but use the little bleeder valve on the slave cylinder. The same way you bleed brakes, but use the little bleeder valve on the slave cylinder.
yes,open bleeder valve on cluch slave cylinder and clutch damper to release air.
There is a bleeder valve on the slave cylinder of a 1999 1500 pick up. Have a helper press the clutch down slowly while you open the bleeder valve. let the air escape, then close the valve. Have the helper pump the pedal again and repeat until all of the air is gone.
It is located on the clutch slave cylinder. The slave cylinder is mounted on top of the transmission. Have someone push on the clutch cable and you will see movement on the cylinder.
The hydraulic bleeder valve should be located on the drivers side (left) of the transmission up in a little hole with a rubber cover over the bleeder screw. Do not over tighten the screw or you will break it, then you would have to drop the transmission to replace it. Good luck.
It should be down below where the slave cylinder connects to the tranny
there is a bleeder valve on the right side of the tranny that is where you can bleed your system