S10 Transmission/clutch problem

Asked by Sep 07, 2010 at 07:09 PM about the Chevrolet S-10

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

  My clutch has gone to the floor and will not shift.  There is plenty of fluid and the clutch was recently changed.  The cap is torn up but I wanted to drain the system and start with new transmission fluid.  I cannot find how to drain/bleed the system

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clutch cylinder had to be bleed the same way like brakes, reservoir up n cylinder down (got a bleeder near the tranny case). got a 1/4 inch socket or maybe 5/16 one... BRAKE FLUID ONLY!!!

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could also be the master cylinder. thats what happen to mine.

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I replaced the clutch and flywheel in my 2002 s10 but we didn't no that the truck had to be on to bleed he clutch and now we can't start it because no clutch flowed is not getting to the petal How do we get it to flow to the clutch ?

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