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Old December 30th, 2012, 06:34 PM   #21
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I'm confused. You are getting fluid from the bleed port? Or you are not?
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Old December 30th, 2012, 07:52 PM   #22
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I'm not. I did at first 'the built up pressure I guess but there is zero fluid movement in the system. I opened the bleed port and hooked my vacuum pump up that sucks fluid from the port into a container, no luck. I even tried the old school way of pumping it a few times, holding the pedal tits the floor and opening the port to release the air. Nada. My reservoir just stares at me unaffected lol. I've checked the line connection to the slave and it's fine. Even pulled it off and attached it to the old slave to see if it was making a correct connection. Idk lol.
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Old December 30th, 2012, 08:05 PM   #23
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Push in on the center of the hose from the master to release the dry break and see if it flows. Wear goggles lol.

Where did you get the slave? Is it a Mopar or some other source?
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Another brilliant idea... Assuming it will, unscrew the inlet fitting - where the hose connects to, where you say you tried it on the old slave - and separate it from the slave and then plug it into the hose. That should be an open line now. See if it pumps fluid.
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Old December 30th, 2012, 08:32 PM   #25
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I'll give it a shift in the morning. Its a mopar part straight from Eddie Martin.
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Old December 30th, 2012, 08:43 PM   #26
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A few more things...

With the hose connected to the slave and the bleed port closed - the new slave on the car - you get no pedal resistance right? Just goes to the floor?

With the hose disconnected from the slave and no tricks to rty to open the dry break going on, do you get pedal resistance? It should stop pretty quickly if the master cylinder is good. As basically, you're trying to push fluid against a closed devise; the hose with closed dry break on the end. If it goes to the floor you either have shitloads of air in the master cylinder, or it is shot.
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Dave, tried everything again this afternoon. I've got it on a gravity feed right now and I'll give it one last round later but I think I may need a master aswell. Lame.. thanks for the help dude.
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I may even find a cap for the reservoir and attach a nipple . That way I can just fill it and then pressurize the reservoir to force fluid through the system. If I can't pull fluid and air out I'll force fluid in...muahaha
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