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Q:how do you get the trapped air from the line with no bleeder valve?
A:Follow this procedure to bleed a clutch slave cylinder that has no bleeder valve. If the slave cylinder is being replaced and the replacement part has plastic straps to retain the pushrod, do not cut the straps, disconnect them for the bleeding procedure, and then reconnect them before installation into the bellhousing. The straps will break when the clutch pedal is depressed the first time. Connect line between clutch master cylinder and slave cylinder, do not attach slave cylinder to transmission. Fill Clutch Master Cylinder reservoir with new, clean brake fluid from a sealed container. Holding the slave cylinder at an angle so that the line connection is at the highest point, manually compress the slave cylinder pushrod and release slowly. Have an assistant watch the fluid in the master cylinder reservoir. Air bubbles will rise through the reservoir as the slave cylinder is compressed. Repeat these steps until no air bubbles can be seen rising through fluid in the reservoir. When no more air bubbles are present, all the air has been purged from the system and bleeding is complete. Reattach slave cylinder and check for proper operation. For any further assistance please feel free to call us at: 1-877-238-2623 or visit the nearest Advance Auto store and one of our representatives will gladly assist you with any questions or concerns you may have.