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12-03-2010 02:15 PM
ink thanks how would i try to fix this buy taking it out again and trying to reseal it
12-03-2010 04:06 AM
jeepjones What can happen and does happen often is the rubber boot isn't sealed properly or the piston inside the cylinder isn't sealing properly against the body so every time you depress it to remove the air you are sucking in air through the other end. I hope this makes sense to you it's kinda hard to explain. I've seen it happen with 2 brand new slave cylinders.
12-03-2010 02:51 AM
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slav cylinder HELP HELP

just replaced my cluth with a ney master cylinder new hose and slav cylinder. tried to bleed it over and over still cant get the air out help

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