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Clutch M. Cylinder Fluid Intake Plug/Pipe


savvy

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I had all the hydraulics connected (or so I thought). During the bleeding process, a leak was seen at the clutch master cylinder intake plug/pipe connection.

I've gone through two rubber grommets. Have to wait until Weatherford opens on Monday to get a few more.

What's the trick to fitting the rubber grommet and the pipe into the port on the master cylinder?

The brake intake pipe just slipped right in and snapped into place.

Thanks

Cheers!

Cheers!

Savvy

'65 BMW 1600 4dr-not quite road worthy, but closer

'34 Ford Fordor Deluxe Sedan-currently being rehabbed

'03 Acura TL

'92 Toyota Land Cruiser

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it should require a rather hard - firm push to engage the pipe-

and there's a special metal washer involved in the bottom of the hole

first before inserting the plug, then the pipe.

Seems your missing the compression - probably from the

missing bottom washer ?

'86 R65 650cc #6128390 22,000m
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