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This is a discussion on How the crap do I bleed the clutch? within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; LOL I found a picture of Donkey (j/k) Donkey tends not to sugar-coat anything, so just look through the roughness ...

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    Donkey tends not to sugar-coat anything, so just look through the roughness of his posts, and you'll find help within it. took me awhile to get that down, but he's helped me numerous times in the past, once I learned how to weed through it
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    Hah, I appreciate the frankness. I ordered the master cylinder, and Im sure everyone is on the edge of thier seats to discover the problem, I'll be sure to post the thrilling conclusion!

    Also, just wanna say thanks again. When I started on this problem I didn't even know I had a hydraulic clutch. Now I know how it works from pedal to pressure plate.

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    Heres the thread results:

    I got the part yesterday, turns out they sent me the master cylinder for the BRAKES. I took it back and threw my hands up in the air and said screw this.

    I drove it to a mechanic(which is very difficult when you don't have a clutch, had to push it to put it into 1st gear, and not stop the whole way!) He said it was INDEED the Master cylinder.

    Grand total $300 and some odd bucks.

    Thanks for help everyone!

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