I discovered a leak on outside of my clutch master cylinder. Changed the master cylinder out. Now I cant bleed the clutch at all. Also noticed the master cylinder at the firewall was moving forward when try to engage clutch. Does not make any sense at all. HELP!
Did you bench bleed it? I'm confused, it sounds like you're talking about the clutch slave, which is on the transmission, but then you say the master on the bulkhead. Did you properly torque the nuts and bolts securing the clutch master to the bulkhead? Is maybe the bulkhead flexing?
December, 11, 2011 AT 11:01 PM
REMOVE BLEEDER SCREW
POKE A PAPER CLIP INTO THE MC BODY TO CLEAR THE HOLE
WHAT I'MMA SAYING IS---THERE'S A LITTLE HOLE INSIDE THE BLEEDER SCREW HOLE THAT IS POSSIBLY OBSTRUCTED. DON'T "DRILL IT OUT"---BUT WITH YOU FINGERS ONLY, A SMALL DRILL BIT MIGHT WORK WELL.
THE HOLE MAY NOT BE "DEAD CENTER", IT MAY BE SLIGHTLY OFF TO ONE SIDE
December, 11, 2011 AT 11:19 PM
New cylinder, CJ. Shouldn't be clogged like that. But, stranger things have happened.
December, 11, 2011 AT 11:26 PM
What do meant by can't bleed the system explain yourself
December, 12, 2011 AT 12:50 AM
MAYBE WE ARE NOT ALL ON THE SAME PAGE HERE!
I HAVE NOT LOOKED AT THIS ALL THE WAY THRU
LET US KNOW IF THIS AIDS YOU
December, 12, 2011 AT 4:21 AM
Spongy brakes normally points to air in the system if its not leaking
December, 12, 2011 AT 4:29 AM
WAKE UP AND SMELL THE COFFEE RAZ!
I KNOW IT'S AFTERNOON THERE
SAID IT WAS THE CLUTCH SYSTEM
BUT IT WON'T BLEED
December, 12, 2011 AT 4:39 AM
Oh! No-sorry-use pressure or vacuum to bleed it out-TY JF -don't use the foot work