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I have entirely too many questions, I know


I need to replace the black fluid that now resides in my clutch resevior. What is the correct procedure to bleed this out with new fluid? Is it the same as bleeding the brakes? Pump, pump, pump, hold and bleed, then repeat?

If it's the same as bleeding brakes, then I don't need a detailed description. But, if it is different, can someone point me in the right direction?

Also, what is the best fluid to use?

Thanks again!
Nick
 
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Re: Next question....bleeding the clutch... (n737nc)

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you will find it in the far upper right hand corner use it grasshopper
and yes same technique as the brakes
 
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Ahh yes, thank you Mr Miagi
Got all the info I need on that one!
 
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<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD>Quote, originally posted by n737nc »</TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">Ahh yes, thank you Mr Miagi
Got all the info I need on that one! </TD></TR></TABLE>

hey 737/ man....just make a note of it......some have nothing better to do
 
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Get a one man bleeder from discount. Its a little bottle with a magnet on it and a few hoses. Just stick it higher then yor bleeder valve and you do not have to worry about air. Just keep the reservoir full while you pump until the fluid is clear.
 
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