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How to bleed the clutch pedal
1990 Mazda B2200

How to bleed the clutch pedal

(1990 Mazda B2200)
after i put trans back on the clutch pedal when foot off it wont come back up it'll stay down.already replaced slave tried bleeding but still stays down what could it be?
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on October 27, 2012
clutch systems are always hard to bleed...you will have to use your hand to move the clutch pedal up and down for a few minutes...and constantly check the clutch fluid reservior...bubbles = progress
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on October 27, 2012
clutch systems are always hard to bleed...you will have to use your hand to move the clutch pedal up and down for a few minutes...and constantly check the clutch fluid reservior...bubbles = progress
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on October 27, 2012
Did you remember to install the clutch fork, the throw out bearing? Are they all lined up correctly? Is the bleeder screw on the clutch release cylinder on the high side, if not air may still be trapped. You may have to raise the front or rear of car to get the air to move to the bleeders location.
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