Date: Tue, 01 Aug 2000 21:46:47 GMT
From: Yaofeng <>
Subject: Re: question about clutch bleeding

In article <8m73l8$6l9$>, bradford <> wrote: > i have noticed that in the haynes manual and from other posts that it > is impossiable to bleed the clutch by just pumping and loosing the > bleed nipple..however i did not know this last time i changed my seals > in the master cylinder and my father and I successful bleed the clutch > by pumping just like brakes...we actually did it on two differnet > wasnt the qucikest thing but it why have i > been told it cannot be done..i am unable to make a kit or buy one so > when i fix my master again..we will do it like everyother time..i am > just curious to why it does work but so many people say not to even > bother..alos does anyone know about blleding by disconnecting the > braided line from the brake fluid resaviour to the master as a form of > bleeding....i guess u just loosen the hose and pump and tighten and it > bleeds it instalty as air is most likly at the bottom of the > master..does anyone know about this or have better instructions..thanx > again > > brad > I don't know what year and model is your SAAB. On my 94 9kCS, pressurizing the reservoir through the cap using a cut-off bike inner tube and hand pump was exactly what I needed to do to bleed the clutch hydarulic line. -- Yaofeng Sent via Before you buy.

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