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MG Midget and Sprite Technical - Bleedin' Sebring Clutch
|This picture shows the extension, master cylinder, spanner upon the remote bleed nipple, and fluid catch tank nesting amongst my plug leads.|
|Thanks Alan for sharing your useful 'one person' fix. Definitely saves the search for a willing (or otherwise) assistant!|
|That's smart thinking Alan. Good work!|
BTW I like your relay/fuse installation. Way neater than mine.
|:-) was the chopping board an optional extra behind the battery?|
|I have experience of an ezi bleed explosion.|
The key thing I found is not to over tighten the cap - the instruction does mention this. And use no more than 15lb of pressure. Try the process 1st with air only to see if a good seal is possible.
If like me you don't have Alan's mechanical skills wrap a strong plastic bag full of waste rags around the MC. At low pressure if there is a leak disconnect from the wheel & the rag will absorb any fluid. Then clean up and try again.
This thread was discussed between 11/08/2016 and 12/08/2016
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