Basically, my lines are FULL of air. And I've had several different people tell me several different methods. (None of which have worked)
The hard way:
1.) open the nipple bleeder.
2.) push in the clutch.
3.) close the nipple bleeder.
4.) pull out the clutch.
The problem with that was, when I put my finger over the nipple and opened it, I could feel air being sucked in. Then it was pushed out when I pushed the clutch in. I gave up because I assume thats not supposed to happen.
The other hard way.
1.) Put clear tubing on the nipple.
2.) fill the line with brake fluid, put the other end into a battle of brake fluid.
3.) Proceed to do it the open nipple, push clutch, close nipple, lift clutch method
This didn't seem to work because I saw air bubbles just sitting in the line. So I gave up on that.
As of now I pulled the nipple bleed out completely. Someone told me that eventually, fluid should flow out the other end.
I've searched the forums for help, thats where I got most of this info. But alas, I MUST be doing something wrong. I half suspect that there is another leak in the lines somewhere, since I got into mess due to low clutch fluid which led to a poor preforming clutch. However, its most likely very slow.
In summary, can someone tell me a fool proof, straight forward method to bleeding the clutch? Or, point out what I'm doing wrong? Any help would be GREATLY appreciated.