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is the cluth in the car hydrolic or cable...under the hood i dont see a reservoir for the cluth but i see a cable (covered of course with like black insulation) running from that side of the firewall to the tranny side. i see on the forums that people say it is hydrolic but i dont know if that is tru or not...ne help
 

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It's hydraulic....easy for me to tell because it's consistent feel all the way through, vs cable, which was much "harsher" you could say. I can't really judge where engage/disengage is on the cobalt because it's so dang fluid!
 

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stiggonometry15 said:
is the cluth in the car hydrolic or cable...under the hood i dont see a reservoir for the cluth but i see a cable (covered of course with like black insulation) running from that side of the firewall to the tranny side. i see on the forums that people say it is hydrolic but i dont know if that is tru or not...ne help
It is a hydraulic clutch. You did not see a reservoir because it receives fluid from the brake master cylinder.
 

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oldguy said:
It is a hydraulic clutch. You did not see a reservoir because it receives fluid from the brake master cylinder.
That's correct, however, it has its own slave. That's located on the driver-ish side of the bay, about half way back. It's kind of behind the backside of the supercharger and almost under it. It is VERY difficult to get a tool on there to bleed it, but it can be done. It took two engineers about 2 hours to get it right after we did our LSD trans swap. The swap took about 2 days of labor and we didn't even take apart the differential.
 

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hitthecones said:
That's correct, however, it has its own slave. That's located on the driver-ish side of the bay, about half way back. It's kind of behind the backside of the supercharger and almost under it. It is VERY difficult to get a tool on there to bleed it, but it can be done. It took two engineers about 2 hours to get it right after we did our LSD trans swap. The swap took about 2 days of labor and we didn't even take apart the differential.
That's comforting. You guys are supposed to be the smart ones, imagine some who thinks they can do stuff on their own. Yikes :eek: .
 
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