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Old 17-08-2005, 18:24   #1
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Question bleeding the AYC in the transfer box

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I took my Evo 7 to my local mitsubishi dealers today to have all the oils changed.
All was going well. finally it was time to bleed the AYC.
they bled the rear diff clutches ok but the front transfer box wouldn't bleed!

there was only small air bubbles coming out, and the pump made a noise like it had shut off due to reaching max pressure.

I am now a little concerned due to the transfer box being an expensive item?

Please can anyone shed some light on the problem as i have only owned the car for 2 weeks and I dont like nightmares

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Old 17-08-2005, 18:51   #2
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i've been told that the center diff bleed itself as its lower than the resevoir. but dont take it as gospel mate,
anyway if the dealer let you take the car away and the three acd lights on the dash are not on, i wouldnt worry too much.
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Old 17-08-2005, 23:30   #3
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Thanks for that but i forgot to mention that the dealers kept the car and i had to get a lift home

so I am now waiting for them to have another look at it hopefully tomorow.
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Old 21-08-2005, 23:20   #4
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big relief it was just a blocked nipple
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