So I try a different way to do the whole thing slowly. Take out the belt and hook up a air wrench (because of the tiny space. Otherwise I could use a drill) on to the bolt at the center of pump pulley, and spin it. I gradually add fluid to the reservoir while the pulley spins. The fluid level goes down. Once I stop the air wrench I can see the fluid level bounces back a little (air is still trapped?). But when I put the belt back and start the engine, the bubbles are still coming out of the reservoir.
What is the best way bleed the air? Did I do anything wrong?
have the same problem?
Thursday, January 13th, 2011 AT 9:34 PM