Get rid of the dampener, that thing is just a PITA. I tried to bled my system once with the dampener installed when I first got my 240sx, I spent an hour and got no where. I bought a removal kit it took only 5 minutes.scottydog wrote:There are two bleed nipples, one for the slave and the other for the crap dampener box. You have to bleed one, then the other, repeat this a couple more times.
Or just dump the dampener.
kpariaug wrote:dont have to buy anything i just bent the hardline from the master to the rubber hose on the slave and connected it just make sure there are no tight kinks (it can be done by hand and takes less than a min).
i had to do is yesterday i had the same problem and replaced all the same stuff. its the box. i just left it there disconnected.
its the little box on the left. but in this photo its reversed it will be under you passenger seat. not far from the slave cylinder, its easy to spot.jlee11880 wrote:Where is this dampener? I see it connected to what the service manual refers to as the "clutch piping connector", is that what you are all referencing to?
Dude, the slave is cheap. I got a Beck/Arnley one for like 35 bucks...if you need, I will look up where I bought it from and give you the link...let me know. OEM is like well over a hundred bucks from what I have seen and thats just stupid...emerica9004 wrote:If it were the pressure plate wouldnt the slave cylinder fork move? I am pretty sure its the slave because I have pressure at the hardline out of the master and at the dampner bleeder but not at the slave and the fork doesnt move at all. Just waiting on some money to come in.