This is what im looking for correct ?
I just had another question , i read on the step by step instructions to bleed the transmission of course before opening the bleed screw it says to pump the clutch 10 to 15 times so then most of the air should be near the bleed screw
My question is while i have someone in the vehicle holding down the clutch while im at the bleed screw , how can i tell all the air came out , is there any simple way to figure it out
I just read this someone said on another post "Easiest way to bleed the clutch I've found is to get a 2oz Syringe, remove the hose from the reservoir and attach it to the syringe, fill with fluid, open bleeder and force the fluid down, works first time, every time, even with a brand new dry master cylinder"
Would the thing i just read probably be the simplest and easily way to know all the air is out
Let me know what you guys think