Probably on top of the slave cylinder
It would be on the slave cylinder, and that depends on which trans and year you have.
right nest to header is the clutch slave cylinder it has a bleeder screw
Right above the slave cylinder there is a bleeder screw. Just unsrew it and have someone hold in the clutch to start the bleed.
How do you replace the clutch slave cylinder on a 1989 jeep wrangler
How to change a clutch and master cylinder on a 93 jeep wrangler
if it has the internal slave cylinder the bleeder screw is on the top rightside of the transmission.if it is external the bleeder is on the slave cylinder .have someone press the clutch pedal to the floor , open the bleeded screw letting the air and fluid come out , then close the bleeder screw , repeat this step until you are getting good fluid out of the bleeder screw , being careful to NOT let the master cylinder run empty.after that have someone pump the clutch , hold it down amd repeat this step until there is good fluid with no air . hope this helps
It is located on the clutch slave cylinder. The slave cylinder is mounted on top of the transmission. Have someone push on the clutch cable and you will see movement on the cylinder.
if youre referring to the bleeder valve, its on the clutch slave cylinder bolted to the transmission
after the clutch master cylinder has been replaced.
At least the slave cylinder. The clutch master cylinder can be replaced at any time.
yes,open bleeder valve on cluch slave cylinder and clutch damper to release air.
The bleeder is located at the clutch arm on the bell housing. There is a fluid line going from the master cylinder to the clutch bleeder. This metal line has flexible hoses at either end. Follow this line down to the front of the engine just about in the middle and you'll find the bleeder valve.
Open bleeder on the clutch slave cylinder and bleed the system. Follow the line from the clutch master cylinder reservoir to the slave cylinder. There you will find the bleeder valve on the slav cylinder. Follow this procedure to properly bleed the hydraulic clutch which is similar to bleeding brakes. 1) Top off the clutch master cylinder reservoir. 2) Put a clear plastic tube on the bleeder nipple and submerge the end of the tube in a jar with some clutch hydraulic fluid. 3) Slowly depress the clutch pedal. 4) SLIGHTLY loosen the bleeder nipple. 5) While fluid is traveling through the tube, tighten the bleeder BEFORE the pedal is fully depressed. 6) Release pedal. Repeat procedure until you are certain: A) No bubbles appear in the fluid stream. B) The bleeder was opened after the clutch pedal started depressing and was closed before the pedal reached the bottom. C) The master cylinder reservoir never uncovered the ports in the bottom. Make sure the slave cylinder is tightly fastened to the transmission case and does not move when the clutch pedal is depressed. Look for threaded adjustment rods in the slave cylinder and clutch pedal linkages that can be used to insure the clutch is fully released BEFORE the clutch pedal is fully depressed.
It was the clutch master cylinder. It finally went completely out. I checked the slave cylinder, it looked and operated ok, so I assumed it was the master cylinder, I replaced it, it works now.
It SHOULD be on the clutch slave cylinder. Follow the hydraulic line from the clutch master cylinder down to the slave cylinder. Depending on the vehicle, it could be behind the dust cover of the bell housing.
Bleeder screw for clutch is at the slave cylinder, on the bell housing of the Transmission. The bleeder for the brakes is on the calipers, and on the backing plate of the rear drum brakes
Fill resevoir Open bleeder screw to let fluid run out depress clutch pedal to floor Close bleeder screw
The bleeder valve is on the front of the clutch housing. There is a metal line that goes from the firewall master cylinder to the slave cylinder. The metal line goes across the transmission. Follow it and you will find a bleeder screw with a rubber cover on it. Take the cover off to bleed the system.
Fill Master cylinder Open bleeder on slave cylinder Let fluid run from slave Close bleeder install hose to bleeder on slave Run other end into container partially filled with fluid Have assistant step on clutch Open bleeder Observe fluid running into container Repeat until fluid runs clear (No air bubbles) Tighten bleeder securely
Does my 1995 Toyota Paseo have a clutch cable
on slave cylinder that's bolted to side of transmission and one on clutch damper ,which is bolted on left side of fire wall.
Fill resevoir open bleeder valve at slave cylinder Gravity will cause fluid to run out Depress clutch pedal and hold Tighten bleeder screw
Not positive on yours but usually it's like this. Make sure the clutch master cylinder reservoir is full. Then have someone push and hold the clutch pedal to the floor. Open the bleeder valve on the clutch slave cylinder, letting the fluid squirt out, close the bleeder valve. Repeat process. You do this until the clutch fluid comes out clear with no bubbles. Usually 2 or 3 pumps will do it. Then make sure the bleeder valve is closed tight, top off the clutch master cylinder fluid resovoir and you're done. Hope this helps.