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Author Topic:   bleeding a bert
x13jc
Member
posted May 10, 2001 08:32 AM
Anyone found a faster or easier way of bleeding a bert transmission? Just curious

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neverenoughbrew
Member
posted May 10, 2001 10:02 AM
It has never taken us long or a bother to bleed the Bert. Uasually just a few pumps. I also uasually let brakes and clutch gravity bleed a few minutes with the caps off,while I do other things.


neverenoughbrew
Member
posted May 13, 2001 12:42 AM
If you have a high spot in your line,it could cause an air trap.


Gene
Member
posted May 13, 2001 08:24 AM
I use a go-kart type master cyl. that is low volume per pump. I remove the trans bleeder, allow gravity to do what it can, the put my finger over the bleeder for a pump or 2, put the plug back in. And it works fine. I assume you put brake fluid in the clutch line, and trans fluid in the trans. A buddy of mine couldnt bleed his Bert cuz he thought the clutch used trans fluid too.


dirtracer14
Member
posted May 13, 2001 11:12 AM
Do those type of trans have a line coming out of the case?? And would they use a clutch fork to try and fool people?


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