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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: im pretty sure that i
yes the small cylinder next to the master brake cylinder is for the clutch
yes it does take dot3 brake fluid and you must bleed the slave cylinder
1 fill the clutch cylinder and put the top on it DO NOT GET IT ON THE
(PAINT) this stuff makes a great paint remover but it WONT let you
paint over it once it gets on the metal so be careful
2 have some one pump the clutch and then hold the pedal down
loosen the bleeder on the slave cylinder once the air comes out
close the bleeder and pump again and do step 2 un till you see
no more air just fluid and keep an eye on the clutch cylinder so
it doesn't run out once you see clear fluid you will have a full
pedal and have a clutch again hope this helps you bob
Posted on May 04, 2011
SOURCE: Brake help needed
I cannot see the leaking line in the video, however the brake line has a 10-inch connecting line from the caliper to the body. This line can be matched, and purchased.Soak both ends with PB Blaster before trying to take apart. You will need to bleed the four brake lines after switching out the defective line. Always start at the farthest wheel away from the master cylinder. Not a major problem. Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 29, 2013
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