|07-18-2012, 10:55 AM||#10|
Join Date: Sep 2011
Location: Eastern Mass
Re: How To: Clutch Hydraulic system with pics
This is a great how-to and I wish I had found it before having done this myself.
I do wish I had removed the brake master for access, as with one hand I was unable to get enough torque on the new unit to twist it into place. I ended up knocking the rubber cover loose on the new clutch master and spilling brake fluid. (this may be why it's not working well)
One other tip I would add to this:
It is far easier to access the clutch pedal and clip from above than below. I personally don't work well standing on my head.
Removing the top of the dash is simple. Just pop out the two screw covers at the ends, unscrew the two screws, carefully pry up the near edge of the dash cover and then pull it out of the retainers towards you. Just be patient so you don't break off any tabs. Remove the felt sound deadener blanket and you're in. Now you can look right down through the windshield and see everything which is in easy reach.
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