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im so @#%$ing pissed right now.

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by shortbusrebel07, Nov 16, 2004.

  1. shortbusrebel07

    shortbusrebel07 Senior Member

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    ok folks im totally lost right now. a friend and myself are putting the finishing touches on a H22 swap into a 92 prelude. all we have left to do is bleed the clutch. pretty simple procedure right ? well thats what i thought this piece of dogshit wont bleed ! it wont build pressure. the tranny has a new slave cylinder, a new clutch master cylinder and even the hardline from the master cylinder down to the black box on the passenger side fenderwell. this is my first time dealing with a hydro tranny so maybe im missing something. im all out of ideas so maybe someone else could shed some light on my situation.
     
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    was the master cylinder bled before it was installed?
     
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    I have read about bench bleeding for brake booster/master cylinder. Would that be whats needed here? Is it the same deal being that its a hydrolic clutch?
     
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    Holy Knights of Columbus Batman! That's a lot of leg work.
     
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    yea we bench bled the master cylinder before we put it in
     
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