Hi hope u can help i have just bought a 1994 bmw 318i tourer and dont know how to bleed clutch there is a bleed screw on side of gear box but no fluid comes out when pressing clutch peddle down is there a special way to do this thanks
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Warm car up to normal temp and next to cap on radiator is a small black plastic screw. Slowly loosen it (not all the way out) you'll hear air and see bubbles. When bubbles stop and a small amount of coolant is coming out, tighten it back up and you're done. You have to do this with car running and warm.
You can try regular bleeding by pumping pedal, also you can try a bleeding tool hooked to cylinder bleeder screw, and last a plastic bleeding siringe to push fluid through the bleeder screw into master, i would start with bleeding the master at the line first then go to the slave cylinder and if that doesnt work then try pushing fluid through bleeder screw into master.
you need the scanner to diagnose this problam if no scanner needed then it will be on http://www.vehix411.com all for free how to diagnose the airbag all in video and also how to reset it without a computer cheak it out it might help you
the fuses u are looking for are as follows:
From the top left first row its# 4
then the bottom row its # 19
I also wanted to point out. from 1989 to 1996 the brake switch was the common failure for bmw's
the series it included were 318i, 525-540i, and all 7 series. if the fuses dont fix it.. its the switch
located under a panel u need remove on the drivers side on the steering collum
try checking the fuel filters for dirt, clean if necessary! i don't know if this is the exact copy of the idle adjustment of your car the idle adjustment screw is on the carburator area. nearor just below the air filter.