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hydraulic clutch on'88 blazer


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jonh61
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Feb 16, 2008, 10:54 AM

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Is it possible to bleed the hydraulic clutch, and how? The car sat for a long time and the reservoir for the clutch got low. Now it is hard to shift into 1st
from a dead stop. It didn't have any problems like this when it was parked. I'm wondering if some air got down into the line. thanks in advance for any help. Jon


Tom Greenleaf
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Feb 16, 2008, 11:08 AM

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Can you find a bleeder at the slave cylinder? You would push clutch to floor and open it, shut quickly after a couple seconds and repeat. If per chance there is no bleeder I would try using the line nearest to it and highest up,


Does it look like this? Brassy thing is the bleeder....

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