Date: Tue, 04 Oct 2005 01:38:15 GMT From: "LC" <goalie22nospamail.com> Subject: Re: Clutch Slave or piping?
Near the front of the car... What should I plug the leak with? I'm sure it's hydraulic fluid. I re-fill the resevoir nearly every 2-3 days. Also.. in your experience, is a problem like this typically a line or a slave? "Grunff" <grunffnospam.com> wrote in message news:4341238b$0$306$da0feed9nospam.zen.co.uk... > LC wrote: > >> It's typically the long part of the travel with no resistance, followed >> by resistance >> half way down, however, I do sometimes get immediate restistance.(I know >> this is air somewhere in the system. >> >> The leak shows up more toward the drivers's side than directly under the >> bell housing, and it's typically once I've left it sitting overnight that >> I see the puddle. > > If you're sure the leak is hydraulic fluid, and not engine oil, then you > need to fix that first. Shouldn't be difficult to figure out where it's > coming from. > > Once you've fixed the leak, then you can pressure bleed. > > You say driver's side. Is it near the firewall? Or near the front of the > car? > > > -- > Grunff