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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you need to pump the pedal hard then release the bleed nipple then before you foot hits the floor close the nipple quick,you may have to do this several times to get out the air that is rising quicker than you are pumping out the fluid.....
Posted on Aug 06, 2010
The second bolt is hidden way up and tucked in near the solenoid. You need to setup a ratchet with extensions/socket (14mm) combination that is just a little longer than the starter motor. If you just can't picture where the bolt is, then go down to the parts store and look at/purchase the replacement starter to see how it mounts up.
There are two bolts for the starter mount and one nut for the main starter power lead. There is one plug for the starter key switch.
Disconnect plug. Loosen lower bolt. Remover upper bolt. Remove lower bolt. Twist starter so you can remove main power cable nut (be sure to have disconnected the battery first!) Pull starter.
Posted on May 10, 2009
if you have just instaled a new clutch you need to make sure the clutch disk has not ben instaled back wards and all the bolts holding the pressure plate are torqued evenly if eather is not corect the slave cyl will extend but not relace the clutch, if you have some one step on the clutch and it moves 1 to 2 in the problem is in the pressure plate or clutch disk,
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
NO TRICK TO BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE. FILL RESERVOIR WITH FLUID , LEAVE CAP OFF, LOOSEN BLEEDER , MONITOR RESERVOIR KEEPING IT FULL. STOP WHEN YOU SEE NO MORE AIR BUBBLES. WORKS BETTER WITH 2 PEOPLE BUT ONE PERSON CAN ACHIEVE NO PROB. HOPE THIS HELPS!
Posted on Feb 19, 2010
Posted on May 10, 2010
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