Hi. 1990 Mazda B2600i, 4wd 5spd. I installed a clutch kit in my truck. Replaced slave cylinder.
bled system per 2 man. Pump 4-5 times, hold pedal down, crack bleeder, close bleeder, release pedal, repeat.
didn't see any air bubbles before or after about 10-12 bleeds. Pedal would tighten, but still didnt feel like normal clutch pedal pressure.
when engine running, hard to put into any gear. Have to pump the clutch pedal to enter gear. Goes into gear easily when engine off.
is there a "trick" to get all the air out of the system. I dont think that I have a master cylinder problem. No problem before.
also should I be able to easily, push the slave cylinder plunger back into the housing by hand, after bleeding?
thanks for any replies.
have the same problem?
Wednesday, January 24th, 2007 AT 3:05 PM