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That's why you should always replace that little rubber cap on the
bleeder nipple. It keeps the dirt and water out so it doesn't plug up
or corrode. Same on the brakes. It also helps to bleed the system
regularly, that way things like this don't happen. At least every 2
years. And you will NOT need that adjustable link after replacing that
plastic line.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Jake Kamphoefner <jakekamp@...> wrote:
> Mike,
> Don't worry about the adjustable clutch linkage, you very likely
won't need it at all with the new clutch line installed.
> I've had the same problem with used slave cylinders and bleeding.  I
think I used a small paper clip and dental pick to clean up the
bleeder screw and it fixed it right up.  You might want to also clean
up the bleeder screw hole on the cylinder while you've got it off. 
It's a amazing that a little obstruction can make such a big difference.
> G


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