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Old 04-24-2012, 01:55 AM   #1
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This may be a dumb question but how does one close the bleeder? I have it screwed all the way in but the fluid keeps coming out...
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Are you using an 11 and 14 wrench combo to close it? I just installed one over the weekend when me and a buddy put in my LS7 Clutch. Make sure you hold one end with a wrench and tighten the other end with the other wrench. It shouldn't have fluid coming out.

This remote bleeder should be mandatory for all when doing a clutch.
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^^ +1 no problems with mine. I had to crank it kind of tight the first time because of the thread sealer they put on it.
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my remote bleeder works great. only thing i'm thinking of doing is finding the correct size speed bleeder so i only have to pump till the airs all out the line. anyways you probably just need to crank it down tighter. good luck.
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Tick Performance's bleeder already has a speed bleeder.
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