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came accross this on another forum. It is LSx but basically applies to clutch hydraulics. Fortunately the LT1 "pull" type slave does not see as much potential clutch dust contamination the LSx push type does but still usefull info.

while my clutch works fine....fluid is black...so I will be doing this.

http://rangeracceleration.com/Clutch_Care.html
 

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Its just like brake fluid! Keep that stuff clean and your car will work 100x better. Is their a bleeder on the MC? I didn't read about opening a bleeder screw in the article.
 

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dot 5 silicone brake fluid works great for high temp clutch applications.
 

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I'll add this to the sticky list. One big peeve of mine is that most vehicles don't get the secondary fluids (like brakes, power steering and clutch) changed ever.
 

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I don't know about LSx hydraulics but on the F-body ones most of us use (LT1) there is no bleeder
There is on Mcleod Slave :)
 
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