Originally Posted by RonJ@HT
^I use this too - only costs about $4.
My name is Chris and I live in Chicago.
First off, I want to thank you for the info this site has! It's great and it seems to have a great community.
Secondly, I want to apologize for reviving an old thread.
Now that that's out of the way, onto business!
The directions say, "Make sure there is an adequate supply of brake fluid at the master cylinder, then slowly pump the clutch pedal until no more bubbles appear at the bleeder hose."
Is it possible for there to be air bubbles trapped in the master cylinder? If there is, can i still bleed from the bleeder screw from the slave cylinder?
I own a '93 Honda Del Sol and this is the first real problem I've had with the car since i bought it 2 years ago.
At first i thought that the clutch was sticking due to 'cold weather'. When it finally just stopped working, i looked and saw that there was no more brake fluid in the clutch reservoir (or whatever it's called). I'm not sure if it's due to a leak or not. I filled it up, but the clutch pedal is still to the floor. I'm think there's air in the line somewhere, and bleeding it may help get it working again.
Thanks in advance.