Having problems with your 2005 Mitsubishi Outlander ?

How to bleed the clutch? - 2005 Mitsubishi Outlander

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 29-06-2020

Answers :

Make sure the slave cylender has pleanty of fluid in it, if you are by youself its better off to gravity feed it, you do that by making sure the reservoir is full, crack the bleed plug on the slave cylender, and let it drip, make sure its only dripping though, and not running out, it should be a slow drip, and let it bleed overnight.. a quicker way is have someone help by pumping the pedal and holding against it whild you crack the bleeder. ( tell them not to let off until you tell them, they need to hold pressure against it) let the air/fluid out, retighten. ( not they can let off) do the process a few times until your happy with the pedal... but whatever you do make sure the reservoir always has fluid in it, and your helper does not let off of the clutch while the bleeder is open, or you will hafta start all over again.. hope this helps
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