Join Date: Oct 2008
Location: Aurora, Colorado
sometimes you just get air in a stubborn spot, I spent alot of time getting frustrated with the GM method. if it worked the way it was supposed to, people wouldn't be searching for alternative methods of bleeding their clutch. in my opinion reverse bleeding is superior because all of the air is being forced up to the resivor ( keeping a solid stream of hydro fluid flowing into the bleeder valve), with the clutch pedal in the upright position during the procedure, lessening the chance of air being between the slave and master. I was skeptical too, but it worked the first time....