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Old 04-20-2010, 01:15 PM
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Default Cavalier clutch replacement need help

my son has a 2000 cavalier and it hads the hydrylic clutch we ajusted that and it still slips do we have to replace the clutch and i we do does any one have step by step picture on how to do it I could use some help
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Old 04-20-2010, 02:14 PM
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sounds like it needs replaced. get yourself a chiltons or haynes manual, it'll have instructions/guidance to help change clutch.
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Hi spiderman1964,

Welcome to the Chevy Forums.

Before you jump the gun, carefully re-bleed the shifter. There's a master and slave cylinder(much like a wheel cylinder). If memory serves, it should be DOT3 brake fluid.

Of course, if that doesn't succeed, proceed directly back to post #2.
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