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sv6 clutch

tmaybz

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hi,
im a heavy vehicle tech. for a transport company . Our apprentices have just put a new clutch & slave cylinder in one of our drivers car ( 05 sv6 ).
Wots the correct proceedure to bleed the clutch?, never seen a clutch set up like it lol.
thanks 4 any info
Troy
 

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the same way just you need to find a jug fill with a bit of brake fluid, then find a suitable hose that fits over the nipple, place the hose in the bucket, crack the nipple and then depress the clutch and let it return by itself


you need to make sure the hose is in the jug or obviously you will pull air in the lines
 
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