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TD4 Clutch Bleed Tutorial

Discussion in 'Technical Archive' started by joe27979, Feb 19, 2011.

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  1. Larahausp1

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    Hiya do you know if there is a easy fix to the linkage in the master cylinder pedal mine keeps sliding off
     
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    Hi excellent write up. I need to do mine just checking if I need an extra person as when I have bled a system in the past on the old mini I had a mate press peddle whilst I opened the nipple then tightened it back up
     
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    Many thanks for the top tips. The early (X plate) TD4clutch master cylinder changed today. If it's of interest, I removed an LUK Cylinder, which in six months of ownership always gave a low bite point. Britpart cylinder now fitted, bled using tonic bottle method. Clutch bite point now much better! All the best to all.
     
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