As long as the master & slave cyl are in good order there should be no reason why you don't have a good pedal. Now bleeding a clutch is a bit different to bleeding brakes. To bleed a clutch top up the fluid, depress clutch, open bleeder, with pedal still on floor, and with fluid / air expelled close bleeder, raise pedal and re peat 5-6 times, or untill no air is evident. If you can not get a good pedal after this you have air entering the system some where so you will have to inspect the relevant cylinders for a problem.
Sunday, September 9th, 2007 AT 12:50 AM