4 cyl engines for 98 (different transmission from previous generation from what I'm told), the slave cylinder is internal, concentric and fixed around the input shaft. It is directly connected to the throw-out (release bearing). The V6 has an external slave cylinder; this, you bleed like any other brake or typical clutch hydraulic system (2 person process).
One good way to bleed and/or replace fluid for the 98 4 cyl (2.2 w/ manual trans) is to pump out fluid manually or with automatic hand pump and replace slowly. It is best to re-fill the system slowly in order to insure that you move the air out of the system from the bottom up. Too much at once can trap air near the slave cylinder or at bottom of master cylinder.
Go to a Autozone and get a hand vacuum pump or go on line under clutch master cylinder,
My 98 S-10 does have a bleed valve, located just above the slave cylinder hose where it enters the transmission bell. Bleed it just like you would a brake cylinder. Pump it up until it is as firm as you can get it, crack the bleeder under the truck, allow the fluid to drain, THEN release the clutch pedal. Repeat the process until it is firm. Unlike a brake cylinder though a clutch pedal will never get rock hard. I have found that simply pumping the pedal for twenty times at five minute intervals for 30 minutes will typically self-bleed the clucth, without using the bleeder valve.
You can also gravity bleed the system. Slip a clear rubber hose that fits tight over the bleeder, put the other end of the hose into a clear container and open the valve. Leave the reservoir cap off and keep the reservoir full at all times. Do not let it go dry. Moniter the fluid coming out of the bleeder until you see no more bubbles. Tighten the bleeder and your done.
How do you change a Master Cylinder and hydraulic clutch line for a 1998 Chevy S10?
Between $110.00 and $300.00
As i believe, from experience of owning one, 1984 is when the hydraulic clutch came into place. You shouldn't need to bleed the clutch on an 83' S10. Not unless its not the stock transmission.
It doesn't have a clutch cable. The clutch is hydraulically operated.
The clutch is hydraulic operated, there is no cable.
Bleed the clutch. Same way you would bleed you brakes.
where and how to adjust clutch pedal 1993 s10 It is hydraulic operated, there is no adjustment.
The same way you would for brakes. Pump the clutch 4 or 5 time and hold down then open the bleeder valve to release the air. Is it the 2.8L V6 motor?
the only ajustment is a bleeder valve should be on the left side of the bellhousing
Not sure what you're asking about. I have a 1998 S10 standard shift that still has a clutch pedal.
If you have the 4.3 L engine, no.
Will a 2000 blazer transmission fit a 1998 s 10 chevy 4x4 truck
There is no cable, it is hydraulic operated.
Clutch chatter, clutch slippage and difficulty getting transmission into gear when stopped.
I need to replace release bearing in a 1995 Chevy s10 truck and need to know how to disconnect the hydraulic clutch line for the transmission.
The clutch master cylinder on a Chevy S10 is replaced by disconnecting the metal lines, unscrewing the retaining bolts, and removing it from the housing. A new master cylinder can then be put into place and reattached.
You will need to remove the transmission to replace the clutch slave.
Yes, the clutch throwout bearing is hydraulically operated.
Either the clutch master cylinder or the clutch slave cylinder or the clutch hydraulic lines are leaking.
Low on coolant, stuck thermostat, faulty fan clutch, plugged radiator inside, plugged radiator outside,
Yes you can.
bleed it the same way u would bleed the brakes the bleeder is on the driver side of the trans on the bell housing
No, it does not.