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How do you bleed the hydraulic clutch on a 1990 4WD Chevy Cheyenne pickup?

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Start at the m/cyl and loosten the line and pump THE PEDAL ONE TIME then tighten it and release the pedal then pump it ONE time again and keep this up until no air comes out. Then go to the bleeder screw on the slave cyl and do the same thing. It takes longer to just pump it one time but when you pump multiple times, it mixes the air in the fluid. Sometimes it is extremely hard to get the air out of clutches.

If that dosent work take the cap off your m/cyl then gow down to your slave/cyl and push the rod in and that will push the air out to the top.

You will see bubbles com to to the top do it until it stops then you should have peddle.

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IF THERE IS NO LEAKS ON THE SYSTEM,VACUUM BLEEDER IS THE KEY IS TRUE THEY SAY,IF THERE IS NO LEAKS AND ALL INSTALLED REMOVE THE SLAVE CYLINDER AND DISENGAGE FROM THE FORK THAT IT IS FREE THEN VACUUM BLEED FROM THE TOP THE AGOOD THING ABOUT IT IS NO PRESSURE INVOLVE LIKE THE OLD SCHOOL STYLE,MAKE SURE WHEN YOU BLEED IT THE VACUUM PUMP RESERVOIR SHOULD BE FULL THAT SHOULD BE GOOD ENOUGH BLEEDING ON THE SYSTEM

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ONE OF THE MAIN KEYS ON GOOD HYDRAULIC FEEL CLUTCH IS THE FLUID PIPES ONCE THOSE ARE NOT SECURED OR NOT VERY TIGHT,YOU WILL LOOSE THE SYSTEM AND ITS VERY HARD TO SHIFT,BUT IF YOU SECURED THOSE AND HAVE A BRAND NEW SLAVE & MASTER CYLINDER,AND BLEED THEM BY HAND PUMP VACUUM BLEEDER YOU JUST GOT YOURSELF A DEALER JOB HYDRAULIC CLUTCH WITHOUT PROBLEM UNTIL PARTS ARE EXPIRED,MAKE SURE JUST BLEED THEM JUST ONCE THE VERY RIGHT WAY,AND MAKE SURE THE SLACE STEEL END BALL HAS GOOD ENOUGH GREASE THATS THEY ARE ALL SET UNTIL THEY EXPIRED,OR IF YOU WANT ANEXTRA PEDAL ALL SEALED AND INSTALLED UNBOLT THE SLAVE AND BLEED IT FREELY ONCE ONLY UNTIL YOU FILL THE HAND VACUUM PUMP RESERVOIR SO THAT ITS BLEED NICELY,AND THATS IT YOU WILL BE FEELING GOOD AFTER BECAUSE IT WILL SHIFT NICELY WITHOUT PROBLEMS THATS GUARANTEED! .

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