06-30-2010, 10:51 AM
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Originally Posted by SCT
^ what he said.
It's just like bleeding the brakes, except the bleeder valve is on the clutch slave cylinder. Just pump the clutch pedal, hold, have another person open the bleeder to remove the fluid, close it, repeat. Make sure the clutch reservoir don't go empty while doing it.
yeah, also make sure you don't lift off the pedal while the valve is open or you'll suck air back into the system.
or you can order some speedbleeders which make it a lot easier.
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