Yea i have the speed bleeder too but no bagHere is what I did. NOTE: I used a speed bleeder and a bleeder bag
1. open bleeder on slave
2. with reservoir open fill with brake fluid
3. pump clutch pedal until no bubbles exit the bleeder
3a. if reservoir level is still high pump some more fluid out of the slave until reservoir level is at a good
4. close bleeder
5. pump pedal a few more times and should be good.
I repeated the steps above twice to be sure I got all air out of system
I did the CDv delete.. Now I can't get pressure.. I don't see any air bubbles coming out but I'm still not getting any pressure to the pedal. I don't get it.
Yea.. I, glad you fixed it... If I was you, I would keep a mental note of the clutch fluid resivour.. Make sure it's always at the same level.. If the level starts to go down you may have a leak.. Once the resivour is empty you will start to get air in the system..Problem solved. My mechanic re-flushed the system and noted air still in the lines. Proper bleeding done a second time, and we're good to go.
The pedal feel is significantly improved, and less spongy than when I drove it yesterday. It no longer feels like there is something dampening the travel, especially when letting off. At higher RPMs, gear changes are super smooth and no longer feel laggy; the delay of the engine dropping down to the correct RPMs for the next gear is even further reduced now from when I had my tune done. It feels like a clutch should, and I couldn't be happier.
Yea so was something loose when you went back to your mechanic?
Ouch.. So every time you hit the clutch in it was spraying fluid out and every time it would come back up it would suck a little air in.. That's why it kept getting worse like you said.. O well as long as it's good now..The bleeder key was loose. I noticed it wiggle when I reached down under the slave cylinder to see if there was any fluid coming out and could turn it with my fingers when I pulled over. My fore-arms are all bruised from wedging them down behind the radiator, lol. It must not have been tightened properly when we finished the flush and moved on to the radiator.
Ouch.. So every time you hit the clutch in it was spraying fluid out and every time it would come back up it would suck a little air in.. That's why it kept getting worse like you said.. O well as long as it's good now..
The slave cylinder for my 12 ex looks differentthan those pictures. Where is the CDV on mine?