Date: Sun, 06 Aug 2000 20:58:11 +0200
From: Robert Brown <>
Subject: Re: how do i get line off from slave cylinder???help have a problem!!!

Brad had posted recently that he has problems with the join between the pipe from the master and the rubber section closer to the slave cyl. I assume he's trying to dismantle the bits of pipe and hose to replace the bad ones. It's not a bleed problem (yet). Regards, Robert Yaofeng wrote: > In article <8mi4lj$64o$>, > bradford <> wrote: > > does anyone have a suggestions or quick tips on how to undo the nut > > from the slave has the line that runs to the master > > clyinder through it..what size is it?? how the hell can i get all the > > way down there and get it seems impossiable..i tried to get a > > claw foot down there but ended up loosing it inside the > > transmission...i need to get a heave duty magnet or soemthing to get > > it....there isnt any room...does anyone know that if i lost a long > > ratchet extension with a claw foot at the end in the transmissision by > > the salve cylinder..if it will affect anything..i know i should get it > > out but should i not drive with it obsiouvly cant go into > > any of the gears but what about the clutch parts...why is it soo deep > > in there? it swallod my ratchet it is pretty far down there?anybody > > know any way tog et that out too? well than for your help...this > hasnt > > been my day... > > > > brad > > 88 9000t > > > > Sent via > > Before you buy. > > > > Didn't you successfully bled the clutch by pumping it? > > Why do you want to get the bleeder screw extension off? You need only > loosen it to bleed it to get the air out. To remove it you need to > remove the transmission. Now that you have lost a tool inside the > clutch housing, use a magnetic pick up tool to get it out. > > Bleed the clutch hydraulic properly by pressurising from the reservoir > cap. Pumping the pedal won't work on the 9k. > > -- > Yaofeng > > Sent via > Before you buy.

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