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Slave cylinder

Putting my slave cylinder back on the tranny but i cant get the piston to push in. What is the proper way to install these? do i have to bleed the clutch fluid and if i do from where?
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Re: Slave cylinder

Are you trying to connect the slave cylinder with pressure in the clutch system? Open the master cylinder to relieve the pressure.
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Re: Slave cylinder

yes and where exactly is the master cylinder?
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Re: Slave cylinder

did that and it still wont push in, its been sitting for a little while could it have siezed?
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Re: Slave cylinder

Disconnect the slave cylinder from the hardline and try to install the cylinder before attaching anything to it. You can also try to manually engage the throwout bearing to give you more room to work with. If you still have problems pick up a new slave cylinder and try again.
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Re: Slave cylinder

alright thanks alot! could i just pick up a used one from an accord?
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