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Re: clutch slave cylinder

To: MG Nuts <>
Subject: Re: clutch slave cylinder
From: Skye Poier <>
Date: Wed, 14 Aug 2002 10:48:56 -0700
If you put a plastic bag under the clutch MC cap and screw it back on,
it will slow the fluid loss down considerably.  Kind of like holding
water in a straw by holding your thumb on the top.


Word on the street is said:
> Hello listers------------was under my '71B project cleaning the contacts on 
> the starter---hoping to find out why the starter will not spin and I noticed 
> the or a DPO installed a new slave cylinder and did not (as usual I 
> understand) remove the bleed screw and replace it to the side but put the 
> hydrolic line in the bleed hole etc----------my question to correct this, how 
> much fluid will I lose-----will it be only a few drops-----or will I lose 
> most of the fluid?-------------not a big deal either way just thinking do I 
> need a rag to catch the spill or a pan?------my clutch has always engaged 
> near the foor------I hope this will help the clutch action---------thanks 
> again  Apple

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