Question about Toyota Vehicle Parts & Accessories
I had to change the piece of damaged hydraulic steel pipe feeding the clutch finger , and obviously lost some fluid in a process , now the system is sealed and tight , but there is air in it , and I can't get rid of it by a clasic "pump and tighten the breather ,release -loosen the breather" action. Is there a fluid missing in a system ? If it is fed from the brake system , that is nice and full. Or am I making a mistake in a de- airing procedure?
Try leaving the breather open, then pump the pedal until you are sure pure fluid only is coming thru i.e no air bubbles, then tighten the breather. Then check operation. The clutch should have its own fluid container.
Posted on Oct 13, 2008
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