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Drive Shaft not going in!!!!!!

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    Drive Shaft not going in!!!!!!

    Two questions:

    1) I just had my tranny rebuild, and I installed it with a new clutch, new throwout bearing, pilot bearing, a slave cylinder. But now the drive shaft wont go in. The tranny shop said it could be the yoke or the bushing. Any suggestions?

    2)Does anyone have a step by step on how to bleed the Hydraulics for the clutch. Everything is already connected, I have the fluid, but I got stumped when I tryed to use the a mitty vac to bleed it.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by nmmccasland View Post
    Two questions:

    1) I just had my tranny rebuild, and I installed it with a new clutch, new throwout bearing, pilot bearing, a slave cylinder. But now the drive shaft wont go in. The tranny shop said it could be the yoke or the bushing. Any suggestions?

    2)Does anyone have a step by step on how to bleed the Hydraulics for the clutch. Everything is already connected, I have the fluid, but I got stumped when I tryed to use the a mitty vac to bleed it.

    Thanks
    sometimes it helps to disconnect the other end... then connect the end you are having trouble with first... then reconnect.. sometimes that works sometimes it dont

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    ill try that

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    theres a bleeder valve on the side of the tranny for the slave.

    the master cylinder has to be bench bled

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