Clutch or bad slavecylinder bleed ?

Rallemus27

New Member
Hello all my loved audi People, I recently had my car die on me. I suddenly could not get the car into gear and we were almost 100% sure it was a slave cylinder. So I just changed the slave cylinder and have been bleeding it in all the ways I could find on the forum. And no air bubbles are coming out.. and the car is going way better into gear now, but it's still a little hard to get into gear and the transmission sound awful when its in gear Like the clutch not fully disengages, could it still be because of air in the system or is it time to pull my transmission??
 

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Did you use a gunson or the like unit to apply pressure of about 20 psi, then bleed.

Its not beyond possibility its the box, but try that 1st, I had nightmares on my brakes until I used 1 of those, worked a treat.

Only about £20 from Toolstation or prime maybe.
 

Rallemus27

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Did you use a gunson or the like unit to apply pressure of about 20 psi, then bleed.

Its not beyond possibility its the box, but try that 1st, I had nightmares on my brakes until I used 1 of those, worked a treat.

Only about £20 from Toolstation or prime maybe.
Probably the only Thing i haven,t tried yet, but I Will try and pick one up in the weekend when i get home and try
 

Feza

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I had a problem with my clutch pedal not returning changed the slave cylinder still the same had to put a full clutch kit in the car as it was the release bearing not functioning properly


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