2x search isn't helping any. I'm trying to bleed my tdi just put a new slave in. And now I can't get it to go in gear ive been bleeding and bleeding with no success hopefully someone can lend a hand
Personally I use a pressure bleeder for both the clutch and the brakes. This makes it quite easy for the clutch because the bleeder screw is about the lowest point in the system.
What was the reason for bleeding, new parts? Just asking because it could be a bad part or just stubborn air bubbles. Just throwing parts at it can be expensive.
Mine was driving fine no leaks then one day just stoped going in gear replaced slave bleed the crap out of it and nothing. I have a vac pump for brakes and hydro clutches. I used that but never got a solid stream after hours of pumping and dumping. Was think of using the opposite to pump fluid in push air bubbles up to res. I dunno glad someone is taking time to help out. I'd hate to break apart the motor and tranny and replace everything if it's not internal Tia
Last edited by Tim.vw.; 03-30-2012 at 10:59 PM.