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Question about 1988 S-10

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...bleed. clutch works but to the floor ? Open bleeder at slave. Push down on pedal and hold. Tighten bleeder and repeat until fluid is present. Then pump up and bleed remainder of air. Requires two ...

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...would be a pressure plate problem. could just need the air bleed out, because it is a wet clutch, had that prob with mine changed master cylinder and slave cylinder and bleed the air out no more ...

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Question about 1989 Hardbody King

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...break now...the engine wants to stop. Please help slave cylinder, or brake booster is the prob. not sure about the motor, that sounds like a sensor or the motor is trying too hard to apply the ...

...slave cylinder. It does take a good couple hours to bleed one of these using the conventional two person method so it could still need bleeding but if it is taking to long and your initial symptoms ...

how do i bleed the clutch master cylinder on 1995 chev s-10 there is no bleeder valve on the slave cylinder best to replace both.

Question about 1994 Pickup

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...to engage. did you bleed the system?? you must bleed the system from the clutch slave. if this has been done, I need more info!! How does the clutch pedal feel, is the clutch slave engaging at

...to the slave, you will see that the slave is simply unbolted. disconnect the line, unbolt, put on a new slave, and bleed it. some high temp grease on the ends of the actuator rod may be a good

Question about 1997 S-10 Pickup

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...bleed hydraulic slave/master cylinder on 1989chevy s10 pickup? Bleeding the slave cylinder is done just like bleeding your brake system.Just be sure that you keep enough fluid in the master cylinder ...

Question about 1997 S-10 Pickup

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...pop i changes my clutch master cylinder i changed the slave cylinder i changed my cluth and its still stuck in N it ran fine for about 3 miles then it seems like the clutch got stuck it need

...bleed valve on the slave cylinder that is on the transmission bell housing. Use an 8 or 10 mm wrench and loosen the valve, then snug it just hand tight. Now have someone depress the clutch pedal. As ...

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