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How do you bleed a clutch in a 1993 Mitsubishi 3000 GT SL?

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2015-07-14 15:06:31
2015-07-14 15:06:31

It's like a brake job, infact the bleeder is the same size as the brake bleader. Find the clutch slave cylinder at the transmission. It on the passenger side and at the front. You should be able to trace the line and/or see where the clutch fork comes out to it. You will probably need to pull the intake piping off (I have turbo and not the NA so not sure for your model). Fill up the master (at firewall) with new fluid. Have a buddy pump it up (with hand if that far gone). Then have him hold it to the floor. Crack the 8mm bleader and close. The keep repeating

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ALL HYDRAULIC CLUTCH ON CARS ARE ALL DA SAME THE KEYS ARE MAKE SURE THE FLUID LINES CONNECTED TO YOUR SLAVE AND MASTER CYLINDERS ARE ALL TIGHT WHATEVER TECHNIQ YOU CAN DO TO PROPERLY TIGHTEN THEM AND NO LEAKS,AFTER THAT IF THERES NO MORE LEAKS HAND PUMP VACUUM BLEEDER IS ONE OF THE KEY FROM SLAVE BLEEDER SCREW,AND THATS YOU JUST GOT YOURSELF A DEALER CLUTCH & UNTIL THE PARTS ARE EXPIRED, THE ONE OF THE MAIN THING TO REMEMBER IS IF YOU CAN PREVENT TO BLEED THEM JUST ONCE ONLY DO IT PERFECT,IT WILL GUARANTEED DEALER CLUTCH.WITHOUT PROBLEMS UNTIL THEY EXPIRED,

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On top of the transmission, near the clutch slave cylinder.

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on some of the 3000 gt's there is a booster for the clutch pedal under the dash. In some cases this unit is not working and is a dealer item only. If you don't have one of these the way to bleed the slave cylinder is to just bleed it like you would the brakes. The slave cylinder is located on top of the transmission by the firewall and rear mount. for additional adjustment some have an adjustment at the pedal itself. I'm a mistu dealer tech and have done these many times.

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its your tranny, you probably damaged the teeth on 1st gear or your syncros went out, if all gears are not going in then its your clutch


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