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Old 02-01-2012, 08:30 PM
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Clutch bleed Miracle

Ok read everything i could done everything i could to get my brakes to blead with no luck so i quit, Right before i quit i pulled slave off pulled arm out as far as would go and left it set. Got up the next morning and filled the resevoir the rest of the way up and at this point my pedal was stuck to the floor, I went to rebolt the slave cylinder and pushed the arm in it was hard but the pedal flew right up.I was able to pump the pedal and bleed the rest of the air out it three attempts now i have great clutch. That was all after trying the recomended way for 2 hours...
So to prove to myself it wasnt a hoax i have to swaps at the sametime finally finished and i did the exact same thing to the other and the next morning pushed the arm in and up came the pedal/. Dont know if it was me but hell give it a try if you are having issues work twice in two days and i was about to replace all my stuff had it new sitting here.. Hope this helps someone./
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