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cheap easy adaptor to bleed clutch


Save the dawn for your dishes!!!
I had to bleed the clutch line on my car after re installing the trans mission. well the other week I was at meijer (think wal-mart) and there in the hardware section was a door stopper to keep a door knob from going through the drywall. looked to be the perfect size for the mighty vac and brake resevor. for 1.17 I gave it a shot. took of the double sided tape and drilled a 1/4" hole in the middle. works perfectly!!!! here is what it looks like
Good find.
So basically you fill the system with fluid - top off the reservoir with your *adapter* and apply vacuum, from the top?
Do you pump the clutch pedal while maintaining vacuum?
Do you leave the system under vacuum overnight or just during a short period of time?


Save the dawn for your dishes!!!
I pump the clutch with vacuum. Let it sit for 10 mins. Let off the vacuum then try the pedal. Do that about three to four times

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