On a 98 Sonoma, it is on the driver's side inside the bell housing. There is a small rubber extension on the end of the bleeder tube, which must be pulled out of the housing to prevent the fluid from draining inside. Good luck, it is not an easy job. You may want to add your own makeshift extension of approx 12" to direct the fluid into a bottle.
BLEEDING THE CLUTCH HYDRAULIC SYSTEM.Fill the master cylinder reservoir with brake fluid.On 1986-88 models that incorporate a clutch damper in the hydraulic system, perform Steps 1-10 for the clutch damper and then move on to the release cylinder.Remove the cap and loosen the bleeder screw on the clutch release cylinder. Cover the hole with your finger.Have an assistant pump the clutch pedal several times. Take your finger off the hole while the pedal is being depressed so that the air in the system can be released. Put your finger back on the hole and release the pedal.After fluid pressure can be felt (with your finger) tighten the bleeder screw.Put a short length of hose over the bleeder screw and place the other end into a jar half full of clean brake fluid.Depress the clutch pedal and loosen the bleeder screw. Allow the fluid to flow into the jar.Tighten the plug and then release the clutch pedal.Repeat Steps 6-7 until no air bubbles are visible in the bleeder tube.When there are no more air bubbles in the system, tighten the plug fully with the pedal depressed. Replace the plastic cap.Fill the master cylinder to the correct level with brake fluid.Check the system for leaks.Follow clutch line from clutch master cylinder,it goes to the clutch damper,then line leaves clutch damper to slave cylinder,its bolted on to side of transmission with 2 bolts,a rubber hose is toward end.
Disconnect the hydraulic line nut from the cylinder with a flare nut wrench. Plug the line. Remove the slave cylinder bolts and remove it from the clutch housing. Put the new cylinder on the clutch housing and tighten the mounting bolt. Make sure the brake master cylinder is full of fluid. Have an assistant pump the pedal several times and then hold it to the floor. Then open the bleeder valve on the slave cylinder to let the air out. Do this several times. When the air quits bubblin out you'll want your helper to hold the clutch pedal to the floor while you close the bleeder .
There is a square head plug on the left side just in front of the clutch pedal. When you remove it there will be a dipstick attached to it.
should be located right above the #2 spark plug wire on the pipe that comes out of the block.
do 2004 Nissan Altima 2.5have a bleeder plug
lossen the plug and pump handle slowly till fluid comes out, tighten plug.
Hydraulic clutches have an access plug located on the top of the bell housing. You'll need a long funnel or some tubing to fill
Remove the fill plug and top it off with hydraulic oil.
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Where is the hydraulic fluid drain plug on a John Deere 7410 Tractor
plug in side of tran or dipsteck
there is a drain plug under the clutch inspection cover...remove the plug and remove the inspection cover...reinstall the plug and fill through the clutch inspection cover with four ounces of 85w-140 gear lube forumlated for v twin applications there is a drain plug under the clutch inspection cover...remove the plug and remove the inspection cover...reinstall the plug and fill through the clutch inspection cover with four ounces of 85w-140 gear lube forumlated for v twin applications
The recommended spark plug gap for a 1994 Chevy 5.7L Pickup is .035" The recommended spark plug gap for a 1994 Chevy 5.7L Pickup is .035"
Most hydraulic ram cylinders should have a refill plug about half way up the barrel. 1) Position the cylinder vertically, and collapse the ram all the way down. 2) With the plug pulled out, fill the cylinder with hydraulic jack oil until it drips out the plug hole. 3) All done. Place the plug back in and test the functionality.
The spark plug gap for a Chevy Celebrity V6 is 0.045".
on the front of the machine, there is a plug (alan wrench style.) if it is leaking from the axle seal it is not hydraulic, it should be 80/90. add to the chain case through the plug on front.
there is no drain plug
The hydraulic fill is a pipe plug just to the left of the shifting lever as you sit on the tractor.
Hello,Here is a simple walk-through on replacing the master cylinder on a '90 CRX:Disconnect the negative battery cable and disable the SRS system (if equipped.) At the top of the clutch pedal, remove the cotter pin and pull the pedal pin out of the yoke.Remove the nuts and bolts holding the clutch master cylinder and remove the cylinder from the engine compartment.Disconnect and plug the hydraulic lines from the master cylinder.Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure. Bleed the clutch hydraulic system.
Rotate the switch on the rod for the master cylinder for the clutch. Take out the retaining clip. Remove the clutch pedal position switch from the rod. Disconnect the electrical plug. Plug the new clutch pedal position switch in and installation is the reverse of removal
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I hope you mean the primary drain plug. Because I have never got metal out on my transmission drain plug. The primary drain plug is on the clutch side. The transmission is on the other side. The primary will have metal on it. If the transmission plug has metal on it check your clutch to made sure it is working right. The clutch may need to be adjusted
there is a rubber plug on the top portion of the motor .remove the plug,fill and put plug back on