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2007 nissan: clutch pedal.The master cylinder has pressure..hose

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We have a 2007 nissan versa and we changed the slave cylinder. We don't have pressure on the clutch pedal.
The master cylinder has pressure and the hose that goes to the slave cylinder has pressure too.
hi you remove the trans to replace the cylinder ?


Air Bleeding Procedure INFOID:0000000003647230


Do not use a vacuum assist or any other type of power bleeder on this system. Use of a vacuum assist or

power bleeder will not purge all the air from the system.


  • Carefully monitor fluid level in reservoir tank during bleeding operation.
  • Keep painted surface of body and other parts free of clutch fluid. If it spills, wipe up immediately and

wash the affected area with water.

  • First bleed the air from the operating cylinder air bleed valve

(1) and then from the bleed connector air bleed valve.

1. Connect a transparent vinyl tube and container to the air bleeder

valve on the clutch operating cylinder.

2. Fill reservoir tank with new clutch fluid.

3. Depress and release the clutch pedal slowly and fully 15 times

at an interval of 2 to 3 seconds.

4. With pedal depressed, continue the bleeding procedure.

5. Push the lock pin (1) of the bleeding connector (2) into the

locked position.


Hold it to prevent releasing clutch tube from bleeding con-nector

(2) when fluid pressure is applied in the tube.

6. Slide clutch tube forward

7. Return clutch tube (1) and lock pin (2) to their original positions.

8. Release clutch pedal and wait for 5 seconds.

9. Repeat steps 2 to 8 until no bubbles are observed in the clutch


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