BLEEDING CLUTCH

A) With Bleeder
Unscrew connection on brake fluid tank.
Connect bleeder.

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Open bleeder screw on clutch slave cylinder
until escaping brake fluid is without air bubbles.
Floor clutch pedal several times while bleeding.

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Detach slave cylinder at transmission.
Press in pressure rod up to stop in slave cylinder
and let it come back slowly.
This will press any residual air back into the
tank and max. release travel is reached.
Never depress clutch pedal as long as slave
cylinder is detached.

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B) Without Bleeder
Fill filling tank. Attach bleeder hose to bleeder
screw. End of bleeder hose must be in container
with brake fluid to prevent drawing in air while
bleeding. Depress clutch pedal to stop about 10
times and then hold down in floored position.
Open bleeder screw. Tighten bleeder screw again
as soon as the escaping fluid is without bubbles.
Depress clutch pedal to stop about 10 times.
Keep repeating this procedure until no more air
bubbles escape from hydraulic system.
Important! Keep adding brake fluid to filling
tank. Then eliminate residual air as described in
the previous text.

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From model '83
BLEEDING CLUTCH
Unscrew cap on brake fluid tank.
Remove filter screen.
Connect bleeder.

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Open bleeder screw on clutch slave cylinder
until escaping fluid is without air bubbles.
Operate clutch pedal several times during this
procedure.

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If there is still air in system after repeating the
bleeding procedures several times, detach slave
cylinder on transmission.
Press push rod against stop in slave cylinder
and release slowly.
This will push back any residual air into the
tank and guarantee maximum release travel.
Never operate clutch pedal as long as the slave
cylinder is removed.

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