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Old 05-30-2015, 08:07 PM
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Persistance will do it......so you are saying that now you are getting fluid past the bango bolt....if that is the case then lets review the procedure...Take the top off of the master cylinder....pour full of fluid...put your vacuum pump on the brake caliper fitting.......pump your vacuum...and you do not get pure fluid through to the vacuum pump...and you are not letting the master cylinder run out of fluid while you do this...........but instead you are getting air coming through to the pump.......you must somehow have an air lock some where..........
this is where it is important to crack your fitting at each point to try to force air out at each fitting until you see pure fluid all the way......I know this is difficult...my friends hydraulic clutch did this to us..this was the procedure that we used but had to finish the job at the caliper with the pump...all of a sudden it pumped like magic...you just have to hit the right spot...(air pocket) either that or you do have a leaking line..
somewhere...if you wanted to check, you could coat the line with soap bubbles and see if they suck in when you pump...like the intake manifold test...
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Anyone have any tips or info on rebuilding a PM rear master cylinder 11/16... I got mine apart and went to go back together with it and the seal on the plunger does not seem to want to go back in.. I am afraid of tearing them, I looked on line for some detailed instructions but could not find any
Are you using brake fluid if so try a c-clamp SLOWLY Good luck Marty
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