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This is a discussion on clutch master cylinder? within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; so today i drained my clutch fluid and put fresh in but as i was bleeding it i noticed after ...

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    clutch master cylinder?

    so today i drained my clutch fluid and put fresh in but as i was bleeding it i noticed after like 10 minutes that it was not pressurizing im pretty sure the mast cylinder is clogged? do i have to buy a new one or...?

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    From my experience, clutches are a PITA to bleed once you get air into them. Keep at it. If you have a pressurized bleeder (like the Motiv) that helps, but even then, it can take a bit to get the air out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt314 View Post
    From my experience, clutches are a PITA to bleed once you get air into them. Keep at it. If you have a pressurized bleeder (like the Motiv) that helps, but even then, it can take a bit to get the air out.
    trust me i did that for a while, my friend even had the vacuum bleader

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