Date: Wed, 21 Apr 1999 17:15:33 +0200
From: "Jan Eklund" <>
Subject: Re: Bleedin' clutch hydraulics

Hi Keith. Take a length of rubber or plastic tube thats fits the bleed screw ( we don't want leakage) on the clutch slave cylinder open the bleedscrew and press the fluid up to the clutch master cylinder. You can see the fluid rise in the fluidreservoir. Close the bleedscrew. I never done that on a 9000 but it's work on the 900 Good luck Janne KJHARDSTAFFE skrev i meddelandet <>... >Bleedin-clutch hydraulics............ just about sums it up >Goodnight >Keith >-------------------------------------------------- > >CCR wrote: > >> Can anyone recommend the best way to bleed the clutch hydraulics on an 89 9000T WITHOUT >> using one of those high falutin pressure bleeders? Don't own one, and don't have >> functional wheels to go get one (a least not until my clutch hydraulics are bled) <g> >> TIA >> Craig >> CCRiekernopsamnet > > >

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