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Hi,

I'm installing a new clutch right now and in have LAPD external bleeder "kit". The hose seem to be a bit Too short to reach all the way to the engine bay.

Any notes of advise how to properly install it? Thank you much!
 

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Quite simple actually. Remove the 2" long bleeder from the slave cylinder and replace with remote bleeder.
You run the line through the same hole in the bell-housing and continue up the back of the engine.


 

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OK, done, i decided to not to run the line all the way up, even though i could, i think it will be easier to bleed the system with the hose hanging down.

Thanks guys!
 

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KCMAGS said:
Your new line should be about 2ft in length & route along side your master cyl line.
I hear that 3' is barely long enough.

I had one made up at 4' length. Will install it next w/e when I drop the tt/driveshaft to have a look at the bushings/bearings.

Will report back on how the 4' fits.
 

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What sort of fitting came on the end? Mine came with a hollow cap which ALWAYS leaves an air bubble. I need to know what type and size fitting to get for the end to facilitate bleeding. :screwy::mah:

Any help appreciated. :coo:
Thanks
 
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