Clutch Slave Cylinder Bleeding
Anyone done this before and have some tips? Been watching the following youtube clip but not sure how you go about compressing the piston.
1. Disconnect the fluid line and clutch linkage
2. Remove the slave cylinder
3. Compress the piston to evacuate...
As per the title really. At constant speed its completely fine but under hard acceleration i get vibration through the front end of the car , mainly steering wheel.
Any ideas? I have a feeling after searching around online it could be a driveshaft problem..
Its worst in 2nd gear above 2000rpm...