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    Honda - Accord Prelude 1996 2000

    Slave Cylinder

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    REMOVAL & INSTALLATION





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    Fig. The slave cylinder (B) is mounted to the transaxle with retaining bolts (A & C)-Accord shown



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    Fig. Installed view of the slave cylinder-Prelude shown

    1. Locate the slave cylinder mounted on the transaxle assembly, near the radiator.
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    3. Remove the flare fitting and steel line from the slave cylinder assembly.
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    5. Remove the slave cylinder from the clutch housing by removing the attaching bolts.
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    7. Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure
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    Use only fresh DOT 3 or 4 brake fluid from a sealed container to refill the clutch hydraulic system.

    1. Fill, then bleed the clutch system, using a suitable DOT 3 or 4 brake fluid.
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    HYDRAULIC SYSTEM BLEEDING



    Use only DOT 3 or 4 brake fluid from a clean, sealed container, for the clutch master reservoir. As brake fluid will damage the vehicle's paint, clean up any spills immediately.

    1. Use a suitable siphon or a clean turkey baster to remove the old brake fluid, or remove the clutch master cylinder reservoir bracket mounting bolts and pour the old fluid into a suitable container.
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    3. If removed, install the clutch master cylinder fluid reservoir and fill it the MAX line with suitable DOT 3 or 4 brake fluid from a fresh, sealed container.
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    5. Clean the reservoir thoroughly using a clean shop cloth or paper towel.
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    7. Fit a flare or box end wrench onto the slave cylinder bleeder screw.
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    9. Attach a (clear if available) rubber tube to the slave cylinder bleed screw and suspend it into a suitable clear drain container partially filled with brake fluid.
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    11. Make sure the clutch master cylinder is filled with brake fluid.
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    13. Open the bleeder screw and have an assistant press the clutch pedal to the floor.
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    15. While holding the clutch pedal to the floor, close the bleed screw.
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    17. Slowly release the clutch pedal to its fullest extension and recheck the reservoir fluid level. Top off as necessary.
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    19. Repeat the above steps until the fluid exiting the bleed screw is clean and free of all air bubbles.
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    21. Top off the clutch master cylinder reservoir as necessary.
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