"bleed""clutch"

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Asked by Apr 28, 2007 at 05:17 PM about the Chevrolet Cobalt

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

bleeding the clutch and the brakes on my cobalt

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Hi My Sexy! I have never really been satisfied with generic how-to pages on these procedures. There is just too much variance between the important points of interest between cars. In this instance, with these two jobs in front of you, I would suggest you get yourself a Haynes or Chilton's for your Cobalt. It will pay for itself right here alone in terms of time and aggravation. You may try the local library. They may have the Chilton's for your Cobalt and you may get the procedures for the cost a a few 25-cent copies, but if you are going to be doing this kind of work on your car, you really should own a manual. Good luck.

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