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Old 16 Aug 2007, 05:42 am
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Default how do i bleed my clutch on my 1990 integra and where do i bleed it from and where the hell is...

...the screw? i dont know how to bleed the pedal though i know how to bleed my brakes so i know the concept but i cant put my finger on where to bleed it from
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Old 16 Aug 2007, 05:43 am
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you bleed the farthest wheel from the drivers seat first the get closer. so first you bleed the rear right then rear left the front right the front left.
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Old 16 Aug 2007, 05:45 am
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It is called a wet clutch. You have a slave cylinder on the bell housing, under the car, on the side of the bell. there is a bleeder screw 8mm wrench. open it, let it gravity bleed untill it starts dripping out. Close it have someone carefullly get into the car, and depress the clutch. with the clutch depressed, open the bleeder, then close it do this untill you have no air in the system. Also do not let the clutch master go empty. Keep it full.
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