[Healeys] Not Healey - Triumph TR6 Master Cylinder
coudesluijs at chello.nl
Tue Jun 1 13:00:08 MDT 2010
Use an Eezybleed to bleed the system.
Have the callipers been redone? If so check if the left and right
calliper have not been mistakenly confused, and fitted up side down. It
will be neigh impossible to bleed the system in that case. I am not sure
if that is possible on a TR but one some cars it can be done. Do not
If the callipers have not been redone, overhaul them (and fit them the
right way), they may suck in air when pressure is released and seal
properly when pressure is applied.
Jonas Payne wrote:
> A good friend and club member has a 1976 Triumph TR6 that he has replaced the
> M. Cylinder on. It is one of the dual cct. Types.
> He and I have bench bled it, installed it on the car and tried to bleed it but
> consistently get air from both sides of the front. The rears are fine.
> This problem has manifested itself on 2 replacement master cylinders now. I'm
> at a total loss. The system is obviously taking in air somewhere, but isn't
> Jonas Payne
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