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Old September 14th, 2017, 10:06 PM   #24
BLUEnoEQ
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You can try bleeding it again, but I think it's your clutch master that's bad. It's not too bad if you have the right extension length to get the one nut on the firewall between the brake master and the brake booster 10 11 or 12mm can't remember which. Then, flip yourself up side down, with the driver's seat back and reclined steering wheel tilted up remove the white plastic box with 2 gold nuts holding it on by the clutch pedal (under dash and up) 10mm I think and then the bolt going through to the CMC. Pinch the hose clamp on the supply line from the brake master, pull off and the clutch master cylinder should be free. Reverse to install, no bleeding necessary if it's already good from before. Add fluid to the brake reservoir if necessary.
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Last edited by BLUEnoEQ; September 14th, 2017 at 10:08 PM. Reason: fluid
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