Clutch Master Cylinder
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CARQUEST Clutch Master Cylinder

Part No. 800086 Warranty Details  
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New clutch hydraulics are designed and engineered to meet Original Equipment Manufacturer Specifications and Performance.
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Bleeder Included:No
Bore Size:0.625 in

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  • Q:

    On a 2009 chevy HHR LS how do you install and bleed the Clutch Master Cylinder
    Asked on 5/4/2014 by Bob from New Jersey

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    how do you bleed this once put in and how do you get to it
    Asked on 5/4/2014 by Bob from New Jersey

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      Hi Bob, glad to assist you! Instructions to bleed: Refer to the vehicle owner's manual to locate the clutch slave cylinder, which will have a screw (usually 8 mm) that releases pressure from the system. Known as the bleeder screw or bleeder valve, it is key to bleeding the system and helps maintain the hydraulic pressure with everyday use. Have your project partner sit in the car and push the clutch pedal all the way down. Loosen the bleeder screw with an end wrench or socket, and use a thick rag or container such as a coffee can to catch excess fluid. A bunch of air will probably come out first, mixed with a tiny bit of fluid. Make sure the master cylinder has fluid in it at all times--if air enters the lines, you will have to bleed the system again. Re-tighten the bleeder screw, then tell your project partner to slowly let up on the clutch pedal until it is free-standing. Have your project partner push the clutch to the floor. Loosen the bleeder screw. Repeat these steps until only fluid--not air--comes out of the slave cylinder bleeder valve. Tighten the bleeder screw a final time and fill the master cylinder with hydraulic fluid.

      Answered on 5/5/2014 by Steve from AAP
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