Clutch slave cylinder
knealeski at sbcglobal.net
Sun Jun 8 19:53:25 PDT 2008
Like Bernie suggests, combine the best parts from the two for the one you keep.
Easy to bleed if you use a power bleeder like Audi suggests. Hook the bleeder up to the reservoir, open bleeder on the slave until clean, bubbleless fluid comes out, close bleeder and disconnect the pressure bleeder.
"John S. Lagnese" <jlagnese at massed.net> wrote:
While changing my transmission in my 91 200 TQ 20V, I somehow(read clumsily)
made a hole in the rubber cover on the clutch slave cylinder. Should that be
leaking there? It is. I do have the slave cylinder from the replacement
transmission. What would be my best option? How difficult is bleeding this?
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