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Old 05-18-2010, 05:02 PM   #1
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bleeding clutch on ax-5

Is it possible that my ax-5 does not have a bleeder?
My manual shows that it's on the passenger side of the 2.5, But I dont see it?
I hate to ask this but, I am.

94' 2.5 ax-5 thanks.

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Old 05-18-2010, 10:51 PM   #2
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AX-5 Bleeder

Well two options. Does your clutch master cylinder have one line running down to the drivers side of the transmission? if so the line will be connected to the slave cylinder. On that external slave cylinder there will be a bleeder valve on it that has screw in about the center of slave cylinder. If the line runs from master cylinder into the actual transmission to an internal slave cylinder. then there will be another line coming out on passengers side of the transmission. Should be around bellhousing. That line will have bleeder valve on it.

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Old 05-19-2010, 08:43 AM   #3
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It is a external slave cylinder,all black plastic(line also).
I want to bleed it if I can before I jump on replacing the master cylinder.
It only acts up when it is warm trying to get into reverse. No fluid loss,but it could still be leeking by in the master cylinder. On top off the line on the just before the slave cylinder there is a liitle round nipple on top off the line maybe the bleeder is there,I just cannot see it.
I will look again,thanks.
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Old 05-19-2010, 06:48 PM   #4
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Mine is the external slave. Was acting up and was hard to get in gear.So what I did with mine was took slave cylinder off transmission and flipped it around to where that bleeder valve was on the bottom. But was careful not to break the line to the master. I flexed it a few times and it seemed fine. So put back on and she went into gear fine and have had no problems since. Also if you will look up under the steering wheel, you'll see where the master cylinder connects to clutch pedal. I you see fluid or wet spot around the rubber then master cylinder needs to be changed out. They make kit with slave, and master cylinder with hose at auto parts store for 150 or so. Just master cyl by itself is 65
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