Re: Hydraulic Nightmare will be the death of me
You might want to go ahead and replace the master cylinder too. the clutch in my 87 hit the floor this winter. I couldnt figure out which one busted so I tried the slave cylinder since the master cylinder would pump out some fluid from the line. I couldnt get it bled. I replaced the master cylinder too and had absolutely no problem getting it bled, less than 5 minuites with an assistant pumping the pedal. Was it the master cylinder all along? Maby, but the one that was still good probally wasnt all that good anyway. If you run into alot of difficulty you may want to consider getting a new master cylinder too. I think I replaced them both for $120 from the cheap autoparts store whose parts normally suck, but I have had good luck from their brake calipers and wheel cylinders so I figure the hydrolic clutch parts are perty much the same. Good luck.
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