Joined: Mar 2004
Originally Posted by Warped
Hello all! It's been a long time since I was here last. I recently had to replace the master cylinder for my clutch and was wondering what the proper procedure for bleeding the lines is. Here is what I did...
I had a friend pump the clutch about 5 times and hold it on the last down-stroke. I then opened the bleeder on the passenger side terminal block. Repeat until no air came out.
Should I have also bled it at the slave cylinder? I still have to pump the clutch pedal once or twice if the truck sits for a while in order to get it to go into gear. Any suggestions or advice would be greatly appreciated!
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