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Old 07-07-2010, 10:50 PM
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Bench Bleeding clutch master and slave cylinders

ok i kno u hav to do this for brake master cylinders but do u hav to do it for hydralic clutch? just wonderin cause i need to bleed my system tomorrow and got new clutch master and slave.

Also ne advice in how best to do this would be good
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Re: Bench Bleeding clutch master and slave cylinders

all master cylinders should be bench bled before install. slave cylinders don't need to be bench bled, only regularly bled.

its very easy. first, fill the reservoir with fluid. then, if you have any spare brake line/adaptors laying around, or even clear tubing could possibly work, simply bend the line/tubing to go from the outlet(s) of the MC back into the reservoir, making sure the end is submerged in brake fluid. that way you'll see once all the air bubbles are gone.
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Re: Bench Bleeding clutch master and slave cylinders

Sweetness sounds easy. Thanx bruh. hopefully gona have my car runnin with my new clutch tomorrow after i get everything bled and my new ball joint pressed in.
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Re: Bench Bleeding clutch master and slave cylinders

o ya, i kinda forgot to mention you gotta pump the MC, but i figured if you know what bench bleeding is, you kinda knew you had to do that lmao
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Re: Bench Bleeding clutch master and slave cylinders

hahaha yea i knew that.
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Re: Bench Bleeding clutch master and slave cylinders

ok so i bench bled the master cylinder but i cant build up ne pressure when im pushing the petal. it just drops to the floor....... i kno theres a lot of air in the lines is this y? i replaced master clyinder, ss damper, and slave.
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Re: Bench Bleeding clutch master and slave cylinders

just curious, where did you buy your slave from? honda dealership wants 150 but i know thats a rip off ive seen em for 50 bucks but thats online and who knows they could be ****. do these seem good enough?

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