How To Bleed A Hydraulic Clutch, Fix Soft Or No Clutch Pressure

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Fix soft or no clutch pressure

Here’s how you can get the clutch pedal pressure back by bleeding air out of your slave cylinder. Unlike brakes, most hydraulic clutches have no bleeder screw to get the air out, so you’ll have to do some wrenching to get the air out. There may be a possibility of restoring some pressure on the road if you add more hydraulic fluid and remove the slave cylinder, which is only two bolts. You can then review the slave cylinder part at the beginning of the video. Click on image for video.

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When you have little or no clutch pressure and you just had to grid gears to get your jeep home, all may not be lost. There is a way to bleed air out of the clutch restoring pedal pressure getting you back on the road. In this video we go over how we fixed this issue, not a hard fix, you just want to make sure to mount the slave cylinder piston rod correctly so it pushes the clutch fork.

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  • 00:00 How To Bleed A Hydraulic Clutch, Fix Soft Or No Clutch Pressure
  • 02:54 Remove Hydraulic Clutch Slave Cylinder
  • 03:48 How To Bleed Air Out Of Hydraulic Clutch
  • 06:36 Install Hydraulic Clutch After Bleeding
  • 08:56 Our Thoughts On Hydraulic Clutch Bleeding
  • 11:46 Bloopers And Outtakes Hydraulic Clutch Bleeding

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