Date: Mon, 03 Oct 2005 12:20:00 GMT
From: "LC" <goalie22nospamail.com>
Subject: Re: Clutch Slave or piping?


Grunnf, It's typically the long part of the travel with no resistance, followed by resistance half way down, however, I do sometimes get immediate restistance.(I know this is air somewhere in the system. The leak shows up more toward the drivers's side than directly under the bell housing, and it's typically once I've left it sitting overnight that I see the puddle. "Grunff" <grunffnospam.com> wrote in message news:4340fca1$0$23392$da0feed9nospam.zen.co.uk... > LC wrote: > >> I recently replaced my clutch master cylinder. I'm getting conditions >> where my clutch sticks, can't pull the car out of gear, etc. > > What does the pedal feel like? Do you get constant resistance all the way > from (pretty near) the top of the travel to the bottom, or is there a long > part of the travel with no resistance, followed by resistance half way > down? Go have a feel, and try to describe it as accurately as possible - > it will help us figure out what's going on. > > >> There's always a nice little puddle of hydraulic fluid. > > Where? When? > > >> Any ideas? > > Need more info. > > >> Also.. any ideas what I might look at to have someone do it for me? I >> could pull, and reseat the slave and clutch. Problem is, I can't >> pressure bleed the thing.. I don't have the equipment. > > You can make a very, very good pressure bleeder from a 10 garden sprayer. > We've described this on this ng quite a few times - worth googling for. > > > -- > Grunff >

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