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when changing a clutch on 93YJ do we need to bleed the slave after or no? just changing out the clutch... nothing more.
 

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if all you changed is the clutch plate, then no.

heres a simple way to know if you ever need to bleed anything, if you crack open a line, clutch, brake, hyrdraulic, etc. then you need to bleed it. if not lines were opened, you are fine
 

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A 93 should have an internal slave, so the line has to be unhooked to pull the tranny. It will need to be bled when put back together. If it were me, I'd replace the slave/throwout bearing assembly while I was in there. If, for some reason, you have an external slave, you won't have to bleed.
 

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Tyewilly said:
A 93 should have an internal slave, so the line has to be unhooked to pull the tranny. It will need to be bled when put back together. If it were me, I'd replace the slave/throwout bearing assembly while I was in there. If, for some reason, you have an external slave, you won't have to bleed.
It is internal slave. Will look more into when it comes time. Thanx!!!
 
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