there isn't one. Dodge made the slave cylinder, master cylinder, and the res. one unit. the did this so you would have to go to the dealership to replace all and it comes bleed and filled with fluid. but messing with mine i just found out a trick. take all three units out and fill the res half way. you need 2 people. tip the res. up side down then have someone push the piston down on the slave then the master and tilt the res up. then release the master first then the slave. repeat the process in that order and you just beat the dodge dealer
Brake bleeder? Clutch bleeder? Coolant bleeder?
Most hydraulic clutch systems do have a bleeder valve.
where is the bleeder valve for 2003 Saturn ion clutch
There is none, the factory set ups come already bled and ready to install, if you want you can get an aftermarket set up that has a bleeder valve
if youre referring to the bleeder valve, its on the clutch slave cylinder bolted to the transmission
you are wrong, you don't have a bleeder valve The system was designed to be factory filled and bled. No bleed screw. You can bleed the system but it requires dismantling the slave and master cylinders and is not recommended
A 1997 Dodge Dakota does not have an EGR Valve.
No it does not.
Look at the back of the engine where the slave is for the clutch. The bleeder is right there. Just follow the hyd. line on the right side.
There is a bleeder valve on the slave cylinder of a 1999 1500 pick up. Have a helper press the clutch down slowly while you open the bleeder valve. let the air escape, then close the valve. Have the helper pump the pedal again and repeat until all of the air is gone.
The bleeder valve in right on the slave cylinder, no idea how to open it though, it's all plastics and no screws
No, it does not.