Priming Concentric Slave Cylinders Before Installation
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Priming Concentric Slave Cylinders Before Installation

Joe Keene is an Automotive Content Video Producer. He has recently started his career with Babcox Media this year. He has been an automotive technician since 1994 and a former automotive instructor. He holds certifications with ASE, Chrysler, ATD, MACS, and numerous other aftermarket manufacturers. He can be reached at [email protected]

These slave cylinders can be difficult to bleed if installed before they’re filled. Sponsored by LuK, a Schaeffler brand.

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Concentric slave cylinders have been common in hydraulic clutch systems for many years.

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These slave cylinders can be difficult to bleed if installed before they’re filled. Before installing a concentric slave cylinder, it’s best to prime it to get as much fluid in as possible.

This video is sponsored by LuK, a Schaeffler brand.

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