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    bleedin a clutch

    my mates just ring me n asked how to bleed his clutch????

    what do i tell him then?

    it a f23

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    One does the same procedure as with bleeding the brakes, but with the clutch release bearing cylinder nipple,

    Repeat a few times , and better still use a pressure bleeder such as Eazybleed

    Bri

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    tryed bleading it up by pumpin the pedal etc

    but nothing is happenin.

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    youll be on all day using ur foot

    grab a gunsons eazibleed for about £15 from halfords or so - takes a matter of seconds

    bled all 4 corners and clutch on mine in less than 5mins from empty

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    lol sounds gud, iv done it now cheers guys, the resovior needs to be filled to the top. lol

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