"I looked at my fluid and it's really full (is air in the line still your diagnosis??)
*What is the wrench for?? To open the bleeder valve?? "
1. Yes - the fluid level will lower when the air is flushed out.
Basically, this is the process:
1) Remove rubber cap from bleeder screw. Have handy the following items: (1) clear container with new brake fluid in it (DOT 3 is what the stock Probe/MX-6 systems use). (2)hose to put on the bleeder valve - submerge the other end of the hose in the clear container BELOW the fluid line. DO NOT LET THE END OF THE HOSE COME OUT OF THE FLUID DURING CLUTCH BLEEDING, OR IT WILL DRAW AIR INTO THE SYSTEM AND YOU'LL HAVE TO START OVER. (3) wrench to open the bleeder screw.
2) Have assistant press the clutch in all the way and HOLD IT.
3) Loosen bleeder screw until you see air bubbles come out of the hose in the clear container.
4) When the air stops coming, tighten the bleeder screw.
5) Have assistant release the clutch.
6) Repeat steps 2-5 until air is no longer coming out of the system. You might have to repeat the process 6-8 times.
NOTE - on step 3, you only have to loosen it about 1/2 to 3/4 of a turn until you see the bubbles come - you don't have to remove the screw completely.
You don't need to know where the release cylinder is. THe bleeder valve is on the tranny, above the rubber boot thingy by the clutch fork.
You don't need to put the car up for this. Just pop the hood, attach the hose, and you're good to go. MAke sure the fluid level cap is in place. You'll see the level drop if you had any air in the system. Make sure it is topped off to the appropriate level when you are done.
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