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well after reading the manual trany removal and installation service section twice, there apperently is no adjustment of clutch,there is no bleeding because it is not hydraulic, cable driven.

MY 2001 Kia SP HAS A HYDRAULIC ASISTED SYSTEM AND I'VE JUST CHANGE IT ABOUT A MONTH AGO, AFTER INSTALL THE MASTER CILINDER AND THE SLAVE CILINDER ( THE SMALL ONE RIGHT ON THE CLUTHC LEVER) THE BLEEDING PROCEDURE BEGANS: ONE PERSON GIVES A COUPLE OF STROKES ON THE PEDAL AND HOLDS IT DOWN, AN THEN THE SECOND "VOLUNTEER" OPENS THE BLEEDER NUT ON TOP OF THE SLAVE CYLINDER , HAF A TURN , TO LET THE FLUID AND THE BUBBLES GO OFF AND CLOSE THE NUT, ONLY THEN THE ONE INSIDE THE CAR CAN RELEASE THE CLUTCH PEDAL AND BEGIN THE WHOLE OPERATION AGAIN, AT LEAST 10 TO 12 TIMES OR UNTIL THE PEDAL FEELS HARD TO PRESS! GOOD LUCK !

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โˆ™ 2021-10-23 03:07:53

No fluid is coming to the slave cylinder

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Q: How do you adjust or bleed the clutch on an 2001 Kia Sportage?
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