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Problem 2 winde up on gear matic winch, gearmatic 19, master cylender does not realease pressure properly and builds up preasure.. that will make you scratch your head.

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Have a look under the bonnet (hood) and next to or connected to the brake master cylinder you should see the clutch master cylinder.

  • Make sure that fluid is at the level it's required to be in the reservoir.
  • There will be a single metal pipe coming out of the cylinder and laid in the direction of where the clutch assembly is fitted.
  • The pipe will fit into the clutch slave cylinder mounted onto the bell housing (which is the housing covering the clutch assembly.
  • One end of the slave cylinder will have a rod, pushed by a piston inside the cylinder (which may be hidden from sight) and at the other end, the same pipe we have earlier spoken of is fitted.
  • At the highest point above where the pipe is screwed in there is a bleeding nipple.
  • Someone should sit in the car and push the pedal slowly down and then allowing it to return to fully up....Repeat this four or five times and then with the pedal held fully down loosen the bleeding nipple to allow the air contaminated fluid to be expelled....Repeat this procedure until the pedal has become firm.
  • Have another friend making sure the level of fluid doesn't drop below three quarters in the reservoir.
  • Make sure the nipple is closed tightly but not over tight....
  • And then happy driving
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