From digest.v7.n423 Sun Oct 12 08:30:29 1997
From: Norm Grills <grills_at_airmail.net>
Date: Sat, 11 Oct 1997 21:20:57 -0500
Subject: Re: Clutch Bleed
>From: Pat Donahue <pdonahue_at_erols.com>
>Date: Fri, 10 Oct 1997 18:43:02 -0400
>Subject: <E34> clutch bleeding again!
>I hopped into the driver's seat and pressed the
>clutch pedal floorward when lo and behold! I have full normal clutch.
>The _only_ thing different between last night when it sucked and today
>when it is normal is that it sat overnight in the garage, never having
>been started since sometime Wednesday (the brake bleed was Thursday)
I was not following your thread (only read this one) but I have found the
I bleed mine on all three of my BMW's with the EZIBLEED. When I have
finished bleeding it, I too find "no clutch". I then pump it 10-15 times
and go have a Dr. Pepper for 5-10 minutes. When I come back, I have clutch.
No explanation! I never get air in the lines so I don't know what is going
on. All I know is pump 10 times and wait 5-10 minutes. It works every
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