clutch master cylinder

S Young sid.young at
Tue Jan 2 14:06:10 PST 2007

I missed that point... now I feel stupid!

On 1/3/07, Dave Daniels <dwaynedaniels at> wrote:
> Sid,
> I guess I wasn't clear. I was talking about the clutch master cylinder, not
> the brakes.
> Dave
> S Young <sid.young at> wrote:
> Dave,
> A few things to try, first loosen the calliper bled nipples and see if
> you can squeeze any fluid out. If the M/C wont move then just strip it
> down and clean it out...chances are its got some gunk built up some
> where. How old is it and when was the fluid last replaced and the
> system bled?
> Brakes are really easy to service and master cyclinders are usually
> easy to strip clean and rebuild (most often without a kit if the seals
> are still good).
> Sid
> On 1/3/07, Dave Daniels wrote:
> > Question for the experts: As you've already heard, I'm redoing my clutch.
> Well, I reached up to grab the clutch lever last night to find out that the
> dang thing will not depress. Question is, is this something that would
> happen when the clutch is disassembled? I can't see why. Looks like I may
> need a new master cylinder now. What else!?
> >
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