Now today got the last few things buttoned up on it pressed the clutch and the pedal stayed on the floor then slowly came back up? Bled it, still the same.
The only thing I did after my mate pressed the pedal several times was to put the dust cover boot thing back on the fork. Decided not to take the slave off but just pop the rod out once boot was on I found I couldnt actually get the rod back in so ended up unbolting the slave. Now Im wondering have I forced fluid back up to the master and knackered the seals or damaged the slave?
Ive just been back in the garage after reading how to bleed the clutch in the manual, said pump several times im assuming it meant press the pedal when i did this errr this happened
the pedal went rock solid because the fork was pressed against gearbox. Unbolted slave and pulled it off, fork released but the slave looked like this
chunk of the seal has come away, but this may have just happened?
From what I can understand the oil is having a hard time getting back up to the master cylinder when releasing the pedal.
So I need to order either a new seal kit for the slave or just get a new slave from ICP
Do you think this was the route cause of the main problem? The master cylinder was a new one 10 years ago, ive just renewed the solid line and flex line so there ruled out.
I did notice the pedal the other day when I started it up and posted the vid of the wheels moving, but just assumed it needed bleeding.
Never ending this