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Old 01-06-2003, 09:14 PM
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i found the slave now i need to know the exact procedure to bleed it please its a little hard for me to understand a lot of terms in the forum because im latino so a more detailed explanation would be hughley appreciated also what was causing my clutch to slip was a rubber square on the elbow of the clutch that didnt let it disengage all the way so it slipped i figure that was done at my old shop i kind of got in a fight with them anyways thanks to the forum i found it and took it off it was glued on those bastards and can someone explain what are the symptoms of a bad clutch release bearings im experiencing some noise when im parked and the car in neutral if i press the clutch it goes away

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Old 01-06-2003, 09:44 PM
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This is not the procedure in the manual, but I have used it for many years.
There is a bleed screw on the slave cylinder. Have someone push down and hold the clutch pedal at the bottom. Open the bleed screw. Close the bleed screw. Have the person let the clutch pedal up and then push to floor again. Open the bleed screw. Close the bleed screw. Repeat the procedure until all the air comes out. Make sure there is enough fluid in the master cylinder throughout the process.

A noise which goes away when you touch the clutch pedal could be an indication of a bad clutch or throwout bearing. However, I have a sound in my 307d that displays those symptoms but I think it is a noise related to typical diesel rattle and not the clutch bearing itself.
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Old 01-07-2003, 03:17 AM
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its gotta be the bearing because it had that sound when the clutch was replaced but they didnt have the bearing in stock so they couldnt replace it so its gotta be the bearing, are there any differences between the oem one and the one at bekkers also what should i replace if im gonn put the tranny down to change the bearing essential maintnence parts
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