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Old 06-10-2010, 11:47 PM
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Re: trouble bleeding my clutch the lines

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Originally Posted by Bustr View Post
easiest way to bleed clutch line. need two people obviously. crack open bleeder. push pedal to the floor. close bleeder. open again push pedal to the floor. x 3 more times. then pump for as long as you can to build up some pressure. then hold pedal down and crack bleeder.... continue until there is no more air coming out. if this takes way longer to build pressure.... you have a leak. retighten all fittings to make sure all are sealed. then try the procedure again... and dont worry bleeding clutch lines... SUCK.
Disagree. Easiest way is to get a one man bleeder valve from one of the "cheap car places" Attatch hose to bleeder, other end to the one way bleeder valve, pump a few times, top off fluid, seal it up. I recommend people buyin one. Made my life alot easier!

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