2 Clutch master cylinder Slave cylinder

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Tue Sep 2 11:50:57 EDT 2003

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Thanks for the bleeder tip.
I think I have the exact model already which I use for brakes.
(its full of brake fluid right now)

So my question is which reservoir do I pressurize? Brakes or Pentosin?
-Scott in BOSTON
PS: Where is your shop?
In a message dated 9/2/03 8:03:55 AM Eastern Daylight Time, DasWolfen writes:

> Scott,
> I run a small Audi VW specialty shop and bleeding the clutch ranks high on
> my list of jobs I hate. Do yourself a real favor. Spend a little green and get
> the Motive Products Pressure Bleeder   <A HREF="http://www.motiveproducts.com/">http://www.motiveproducts.com/</A> This
> thing is a dream to use and you dont even have to jack up the car. Just slip a
> low sided pan under the left side of the trans, hook up the pressure bottle
> and pressurize to about 12psi, reach through the engine compartment with a
> 1/4 drive rachet w/11mm deep socket, turn and bleed.
> HTH,
> Keith

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