Bleeding clutch, this worked like a charm!

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Bleeding clutch, this worked like a charm!

Postby Trooper affair » Thu Nov 06, 2014 9:09 pm

After putting off my clutch master and slave cylinder replacement due to all of the threads I've read in regards to how hard it is to bleed a clutch on a Trooper, I did it! Replaced the Master cylinder because it was starting to leak pretty bad and while I was at it I figured it would be a good idea to replace the clutch slave cylinder. I used original Isuzu parts I got from Jerry Lemond.

I found this video on youtube Bleeding a clutch This worked like a charm, after about 10 min of cycling the piston in the slave cylinder all the air was removed. Clutch works great!
1993 Trooper 3.2 sohc 5spd..

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Re: Bleeding clutch, this worked like a charm!

Postby landy » Fri Nov 07, 2014 12:07 am

Great link, thanks! I think the slave on my '95 Trooper is slowly starting to fail because the pedal doesn't return all the way to the top like it used to. I've been procrastinating over replacing it because of the PITA in bleeding the hydraulic system.
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