Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1999 12:43:00 GMT From: malcolm532nopsameja.com Subject: Re: '87 900S Clutch Bleeding Help
The clutch is a bit of a pain, I have found that pumping the pedal doesn't usually work. Try getting hold of a pressure bleed kit. Guyson in the UK make one, and I am sure you can find one, or the equivalent where ever you are. Any type that pumps the fluid through is the way to go. Good Luck, Malc Scotland n article <7ub3bb$8c$1nopsam1.deja.com>, critchiedejanopsameja.com wrote: > I would appreciate any help anyone could offer on bleeding the clutch > on an '87 900S. > > Replaced the brake master cylinder and hydraulic line from the clutch > master to slave. This was after the brake master ran dry a few times. > The clutch master and slave cylinders appear OK. So, obviously air has > been introduced into the system. > > Bleeding the clutch at the slave, and keeping the brake master filled, > I will start to get a good clutch. Continuing to bleed for awhile, > then I will get air again. > > What am I doing wrong? Is there anything unusual about bleeding the > clutch on these cars? Will try again tomorrow. My helper today was > not car knowledgable. Will have someone better tomorrow. > > Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ > Before you buy. > Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.