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      09-10-2012, 10:45 AM   #1
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getting ready to do a cdv delete

I am getting ready to do a CDV delete on my car (08 328i e90). I got myself a motive bleeder and was ready to hook it up to the clutch reservoir but was only able to find the brake reservoir. Are they the same? I think I saw in the 1addicts that it is but I just want to confirm.

Also anyone in Brooklyn interested in helping me do this mod? We can do it together. Send me a PM.
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They are the same reservoir.
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Thanks I really appreciate it
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If you haven't done so for your 08 already, you should flush the hydraulic fluid at the same time.
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Doesn't BMW replace it when they did my rotors? That's a whole lot of bleeding
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okay I have some questions for you guys because I am worried I may have screwed up.

I didn't have 1 whole liter of brake fluid. I had 20oz and recycled some of the old stuff I got out when bleeding it back into the motive bleeder is this okay?

What if i don't put enough brake fluid in the motive bleeder when doing the bleeding process? Does this introduce more air into my system?

Initially after the CDV delete the clutch had no resistance until half way pressed in. After 10 mins of driving it felt fine. Is this normal?
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      09-13-2012, 01:47 AM   #7
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i think i may have stripped my clutch bleed screw. Does this thing have its own p/n or is it part of a whole assembly?
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