Question about 2005 Husqvarna TE 510
It would be best to replace both rhe master and slave ctlinders. They are elatively inexpensive opposed to your time annd wasted flui and tim. When you bleed the system open the bleeder at the slave cylinder and let the fluid drip untill it is steady and air free. Leave the cover loose on the master and keep it full. Do not pump the clutch pedal to bleed rhe system. The new cups can be damaged. in bothcylinders. Good Luck _Ned_
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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