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Old 06-11-2019, 03:23 PM
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2008 350z replaces clutch and slave. Pedal went to the floor I having issues bleeding need help ASAP
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Old 06-11-2019, 10:58 PM
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There are plenty of posts on how to do it. Try doing a search. Its not exactly rocket science. Or, are you expecting someone to come do it for you? Where's travlee with his "spoonfeed" meme.

Maybe its best you don't bleed the system. Then you can't drift your car into a pole again.

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Originally Posted by Dugan350z View Post
2008 350z replaces clutch and slave. Pedal went to the floor I having issues bleeding need help ASAP
Go to google, copy and paste this into the search bar:

site:my350z.com bleed clutch

(or whatever you're looking for)

Go and find a post to see how to do it, if you still can't do it or have a weird problem - sure, post it up.
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Quick overview - adjust the pedal for maximum MC stroke before bleeding, then it bleeds like normal. If you don't adjust the pedal, you'll have a very tough time getting it bled with the traditional 2-person method.
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Originally Posted by 813_350Z View Post
There are plenty of posts on how to do it. Try doing a search. Its not exactly rocket science. Or, are you expecting someone to come do it for you? Where's travlee with his "spoonfeed" meme.

Maybe its best you don't bleed the system. Then you can't drift your car into a pole again.
this isnt the original dugan unfortunately


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