[DML] Re: CLUTCH PROBLEMS WITH 6944
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[DML] Re: CLUTCH PROBLEMS WITH 6944



It is such a simple system. There are 2 hydraulic cylinders connected
by a hose. If it won't hold pressure and you see no leaks, 1 of the
cylinders is leaking internaly, you just don't see it. Best practice
says if you have to replace one of the cylinders you should just go
ahead and do both because the odds are the other will soon fail. Since
a lot of the job involves bleeding the system it makes sense to just
do it all once and know you have a reliable system.
After that job you will become a believer and change the brake fluid
every 2 years just so you won't have to replace the clutch cylinders.
It is not so much the expense, it is the difficulty of the job!
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757



--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Robert Patz" <topgunster@...> wrote:
>
> I have the same problem, but mine started after I replaced the master
> cylinder. The previous problem was the master leaking, everything
> else worked fine, after replacing the master, I loose pressure while
> holding the clutch in.
> Fluid is full, no leaks, line has been previously replaced, stainless
> steel and line bleed.
> 
> BOB - - - - 808
> FAST IS FUN!
> 5144
> 
> 
> 
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