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hey guys i have a question and i need help. if the brakes and clutch use the same reservoir, can i bleed the clutch through a brake bleeder? as some of you may know, my slave cylinder bleeder is MIA
 

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Someone else more familiar with clutch bleeding needs to reply. My guess is NO... you can not bleed the clutch lines via brake cylinder bleeders. Huh?/Why/How is your clutch bleeder MIA?

No more thing, wtf is a clutch?
 

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Thanks for the reply. I think your right. I was quoted $440 for the slave cylinder. I'll just get it done right
 

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$440 for the part and install????
 

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Same reservoir, but from the master forward, each needs to be bled independently.

That's a fair price given the labor involved.
 

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If I was you I would have a whole clutch kit installed as a while you're there thing.
also its not that hard to remove the transmission and swap this part so you could do it yourself if you was confident.
 

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New clutch went in 9,000 miles ago, so that part should be good.
 

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Oh well yeah then that should be good.
 

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I'll probably have one put in just in case. I don't want to have it have to come out again in a few months lol
 
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