METHOD A: 1- prepare your tools, replacement fluids, and protective coverings/absorbent materials. 2- get another person to help. 3- top off the fluid reservoir. 4- pressurize the line to the slave cylinder by working the actuating arm/pedal/motor on the master cylinder. When pressure builds up, maintain pressure while the bleeder valve/screw is opened.. MAINTAIN PRESSURE WHILE THIS IS OPENED. 5- When the pressure is released, close the bleeder BEFORE releasing the lever/pedal or reversing the motor on the master cylinder. 6- repeat until all air is out of line. It is important to maintain the fluid lever in the reservoir during this process. Some systems will require topping off every 2nd or 3rd repetition, others may be able to be filled once for the process, depending on the capacity of the reservoir. If this is for a vehcile, it is advisable to optain a good shop repair manual, such as CHilton, Haynes, Motor, Seloc, or clymer, or an original factory repair manual. The specific process for your application will be covered in more detail, and specific issues that may apply will be explained.
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Replace the slave cylinder.
Right above the slave cylinder there is a bleeder screw. Just unsrew it and have someone hold in the clutch to start the bleed.
There is no bleed screw on the 3.4 clutch. You have to unbolt the slave cylinder from the trans and drop it down so that it and the line are lower than the master cylinder, then pump the piston in/out to force any trapped air up to the master cylinder.
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.
bleed it the same way u bleed the brakes
The clutch can't be adjusted. It is an hydraulic clutch. The clutch pedal sends pressure from the master cylinder to the slave cylinder on the clutch. IF you are having trouble with it the thing to do is bleed the air out at the slave cylinder. Have an assistant pump the clutch and hold it to the floor. Then open the bleed valve on the slave cylinder to let the air out of the system. On the final bleed hold the clutch to the floor and close the bleed valve on the slave cylinder. The clutch master cylinder operates of the brake fluid reservoir. Make sure you keep this full of brake fluid as you bleed the clutch.
Fill your slave cylinder using a hypodermic syringe (won't take much) and install it. Before you tighten the connection to the slave cylinder, bleed the air out of the line by filling the reservoir and pumping the air out until it runs clear. After it runs clear, tighten the connection to the slave cylinder.
Sure, but you also need to get the air out of the lines and the master cylinder. Put the slave on, then bleed the clutch keeping a supply of brake fluid in the reservoir.
remove 2 bolts holding it on,then replace, follow line back to bleeder valve,bleed,then bleed at slave cylinder
You don't. You add it to the master cylinder and bleed the brakes.
sounds like air in the system, to properly bleed the slave cylinder you must remove the mount screws and hold it so the bleed port is up
The bleed valve is located on the drivers side of the bell housing.
The clutch bleed valve on a 2.2 liter Chevy Ecotec engine is located on the slave cylinder. To find the slave cylinder remove the battery, as it is mounted underneath the battery tray.
I had to punch a hole in the diagram/plug then use a screw to stop the flow and bleed the slave through a pee hole in the port!
You must bleed the clutch dampener before bleeding the slave cylinder its that weird curvey steel hose before the slave unter the passangers feet. look arount the side of the dampner for the bleed screw
To bleed a clutch on a Nissan Stanza, you need to find the bleed-off valve, usually somewhere near the slave cylinder.
first take off slave cylinder, it should be mounted on your frame, then take off hoses, connect hoses to new slave cylinder. mount slave cylinder back to frame and bleed ur clutch for f*****g hours.
Thru the bleed valve on the slave cylinder attached to the transmission.
if i replace slave cylinder in 1994 Honda civic ex will this make my clutch disengage and engage correctlyanswerchange master cylinder and slave properly then bleed the system properly.
Bleed the clutch line that runs from the clutch master cylinder to the slave cylinder utilizing the bleed valve on the slave cylinder.
Probably remove the transmissionm if its a internal slave, if external then its mounted on the outside of the tranny. The master clutch cylinder is located on the firewall. Bleed the system and pump the hell out of the clutch after installing the new slave. : On a 99 GST it is an external cylinder (2) 10mm bolts remove the line replace cylinder bleed system.
On the clutch slave cylinder
It is on top of the slave cylinder hope this helps
It is important to bleed a clutch master and slave cylinder to make sure all of the air is out of the lines. For a 1989 Chevy you would need to know model you had, and then find the repair manual for that specific vehicle.