Date: Sat, 05 Aug 2000 14:45:09 GMT From: "Ask The MasterTech" <Tsykesnopsamd.rr.com> Subject: Re: question about clutch bleeding
The easiest way is to apply air to the top of the reservoir and then loosening the bleeder. It will work by the old pump and stop method as well. Hopefully this will help. TW <bradschroeternopsameja.com> wrote in message news:8m73l8$6l9$1nopsam1.deja.com... > 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 > occasions..it wasnt the qucikest thing but it worked..so 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 > > > Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ > Before you buy.