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Old 02-12-2013, 10:52 AM   #1
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clutch Slave question

So here I sit, still waiting for my build week. This is soooo tough!! lol
I already have my clutch slave reservoir because I want it on the car asap before I get any cross contamination.
But last night as I lay in bed dreamng ..hahha..of camaros ..I wondered about how GM does a bleed of the clutch and brake system when they are joined? Do they just use a machine to pump both systems clean through the bleeders on the brake side? If so, then when we do the separate clutch reservoir, how does one change the clutch fluid?
Is there a bleeder valve on the clutch side?

Anyone know the answer to this?

ps: less than a month now before build week. Mar 4. I watched Ultimate Factories Camaro last night. Sure saw alot of pride coming form the workers who spoke about their jobs.
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Old 02-12-2013, 12:06 PM   #2
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There is a bleeder inside the bell housing of the tranny. You can't really access it without dropping the transmission and adding an extension line.

Drain reservoir 3/4 of the way, fill with new fluid, pump clutch 20-30 times, repeat. Its a 90% solution but does the same thing and avoids air in the system. If the transmission ever comes out install the Tick speed bleeder line. Use motul RBF600 fluid, not auto parts store crap fluid.
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Old 02-13-2013, 09:08 AM   #3
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There is a bleeder inside the bell housing of the tranny. You can't really access it without dropping the transmission and adding an extension line.

Drain reservoir 3/4 of the way, fill with new fluid, pump clutch 20-30 times, repeat. Its a 90% solution but does the same thing and avoids air in the system. If the transmission ever comes out install the Tick speed bleeder line. Use motul RBF600 fluid, not auto parts store crap fluid.
Ok thanks!
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