So once I make the disk, slave, pressure plate sandwhich and put it in place, I connect the slave line, right? Then I need to bleed the system to have enough pressure so I can remove the spacer from the pressure plate when I push the clutch pedal down?
I did loose some fluid after removal of the old slave and placed it to the side; I then pushed the pedal in to insert the spacer- I think it blew a seal? It leaked pretty good before I saw it.
I have replaced the rear seal and will take the flywheel in tomorrow to have resurfaced-only $20 at a reputable place.
thanks for any help.
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