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Trouble bleeding my clutch

This is a discussion on Trouble bleeding my clutch within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I just had the GM ls7 clutch kit installed with the new 01-02 slave cylinder. Everything's done except the clutch ...

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    Trouble bleeding my clutch

    I just had the GM ls7 clutch kit installed with the new 01-02 slave cylinder. Everything's done except the clutch pedal has no pressure. I tried looking for a good write up and searched through several posts that had a description of what to do, but I haven't been able to accomplish anything.

    I've drained the old fluid out and put new fluid in but the clutch pedal still doesn't push itself back up. Can you guys give me any advice??

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    I took my almost 2 hrs to get pressure back into my pedals and that was with 2 ppl. I also had to change my Master too, maybe that's why it took 2 hrs.

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    when i bled mine is was a friggin whore... my damned leg was so tired from pumping the clutch peddle...

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    can u tell me the exact process you followed? I'm looking for advice on how to do it... not just how long it took you. i appreciate the responses tho

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    Get a mity vac and bleed it. There is a TSB on bleeding the clutch using the mity vac and it really works great.

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