Originally Posted by Deerkiller
Well I went down and bought the MityVac. I am still not able to get all the air out of the slave cylinder. Can some one post a picture of your set up for the MityVac that you use for bleeding the slave cylinder? This is getting frustrating, is there anything that I need to do to the vacuum lines prior to attaching it to the bleeder screw? I have bleed brakes and other clutch systems on other car I have owned and have never had this issue before. What makes the Miata any different. I do appreciate the help that everyone has given me. I am just at my wits end. At this time I might just want to take it to a mechanic and have them do it! I just want to drive the car!!! LOL
how are you testing if its bleed or not?
I know after a bleed, my pedal always "feels" less than adequate. Hell, ask Dntlift about bleeding his brakes at the track this weekend and thinking it had air in it.
Is the clutch operating normally, or does it not disengage on some occasions or are you making that conclusion based on sitting in the driveway with the car off?