Date: Sun, 06 Aug 2000 14:05:32 GMT From: Yaofeng <yaofeng_chennopsameja.com> Subject: Re: how do i get line off from slave cylinder???help have a problem!!!
In article <8mi4lj$64o$1nopsam1.deja.com>, bradford <bradschroeternopsameja.com> wrote: > does anyone have a suggestions or quick tips on how to undo the nut > from the slave cylinder..it 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 off...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 there....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 Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ > 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 Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.