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I bought a new MC and a new SC for the clutch and i installed them today. I put them on and put all the lines together, nice and tight and even with teflon tape.

I went to bleed the system,nothing comes out, just a taddd bit of air. I did it for half an hour and only about a 1/4 of an inch of fluid went down the reservoir.

I'll do some more bleeding tomorrow, but it is taking foreverrr.

Also, I disconnected the lines where the line from the master cylinder meets the rubber one. If I asked someone to pump it, little pressure would build up, but no fluid would come out.


I don't feel like taking off the damn thing again. I'll see tomorrow, but would anyone tell me why that damn thing is pumping faster? Or atleast bleeding with gravity?
 

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i had the same problem once. make sure that your clutch pedal is adjusted or you won't be engaging it right and therefore pumping only the spring and not the spring and fluid. once i adjusted the pedal travel three times, i got it right. good luck.
 

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dont use teflon tape. you dont need it for those kinds of fittings
 
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