Bleed the hydraulic system to remove the air which entered when the pipes were disconnected for repairs. The clutch/brake fluid in the clutch/brake reservoir must be maintained at the Minimum level or higher during air bleeding.
- Step 1: Attach a vinyl hose to the bleeder plug. Place the other end of the vinyl tube in a glass container half-filled with brake fluid.
- Step 2: Slowly pump the clutch pedal several times.
- Step 3: While you press the clutch pedal, loosen the bleeder screw until the fluid starts to run out. Close the bleeder screw.
- Step 4: Repeat Step 3 until there are no air bubbles in the fluid.
- Step 5: Fill the reservoir with brake fluid up to the proper level.
Removal & Installation
- Before disconnecting the reservoir tank hose, remove the clutch/brake fluid from the reservoir tank.
- Remove the locking clip.
Remove the push rod fixing pin and push rod.
- Disconnect the hose clamp on the master cylinder.
- Disconnect the master cylinder hose.
Remove the master cylinder pipe.
- Remove the clutch master cylinder nuts.
- Remove the clutch master cylinder.
- Install the clutch master cylinder and clutch master cylinder nuts.
- Tighten the clutch master cylinder nuts to 16 ft lbs. (22 Nm)
- Install the master cylinder pipe.
- Connect the master cylinder hose.
Connect the hose clamp on the master cylinder.
- Install the push rod fixing pin and push rod.
- Install the locking clip.
- Bleed the air.
- Adjust the clutch pedal.
- Fill the reservoir with clutch/brake fluid up to the proper level.