Question about 1991 Toyota MR2
Instructions to bleed clutch
Hi thankyou for your quick response, very impressed with this site,
i think i'm about to be ripped off hun, i got the clutch being in 2 minds weather that was the cause of the problem, after lengthy discussions with Trevor at tcb i asked specifically for him to bleed the clutch before spending that much this instance, but like an idiot i trusted his word, i just rang to see how the bleed went and it didn't he's gone straight for the clutch,it did need doing but not this week, pretty sure the slave cylinder is still gonna need doing, wwell either way he's gonna have tpo do it, am i correct in thinking the reason no pressure in clutch is due to a biuld up of air over some time, hence bleeding the clutch is the perfect cure?????? i'm so fed up with being taken for an idiot,from now on i think i'll have to invest in some basic tools and just trall through it myself with some helpfull advice from you guys of course,
thanx again for taking the time to reply
regards collette x
Posted on May 28, 2009
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