BLEEDING A Jeep Wrangler UNLIM. CLUTCH

Tiny
TAINOVEGA21
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  • JEEP WRANGLER
HOW DO YOU DO IT RIGHT
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Tuesday, October 30th, 2007 AT 8:50 AM

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MIKE H R
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Fill the reservoir with brake fluid, raise vehicle, compress the slave cylinder plunger by pushing the throwout bearing lever forward, attach a rubber hose to the slave cylinder bleeder screw and place opposite end of hose in a glass container at least half full of brake fluid, make sure hose is covered with fluid, loosen the bleeder valve and have a helper press and hold the clutch pedal to the floor, tighten up the blleder screw before the clutch pedal is released. Repeat bleeding until all the air has been worked out. Warning do not allow the reservoir to run out of fluid during beeding process. Lower vehicle and top off the clutch reservoir.
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