Date: Sun, 5 Mar 2000 10:44:31 -0000 From: "simonj" <simonjnopsamzz.net.spambuster> Subject: Re: 900s clutch hydraulic bleeding. Needs HELP.
You cannot bleed a clutch by pumping the pedal, it must be pressure bled. To do this get a suitable pressure bleeding kit (gunsons easi-bleed is not too bad at the price) connect to the reservoir, open the bleed nipple and wait for the fluid to emerge bubble free. sa. <snopsamlved.com> wrote in message news:s-0403001905100001nopsam.involved.com... > Today, I was trying to bleed the hydraulic system of clutch which came > out to be a sad result. > > I repeated the procedure "opening the bleeding nipple when my friend is > pressing the clutch pedal, let it bleed and close the nipple." about > 4times. After several times it became to bleed non, no fluid. It > seemed like no fluid in the system. Of cource the clutch has no > response. Then, I thought the brake fluid reservoir would be empty, but > it was nearly full. So, now I have a question, is there clutch fluid > reservoir different from one for brake or is there any other failure in > the system (Master cylinder)? Please helpe me out if you have any idea. > > > Thanks, > > Simon