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Clutch Fluid Flush procedure

b003k

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Planning to flush the brake fluid and knowing the clutch system uses a secondary reservoir that pulls from the brake master cylinder reservoir, I was hoping someone could provide insight on how to flush the clutch fluid.
I know there's a bleed nipple near the transmission?

I basically need clarification on the procedure to flush it. For example, do I top the master reservoir and then open the clutch bleed?
Or do I top up the secondary reservoir and then open the clutch bleed?

Also should i flush clutch first then brakes? or brakes then clutch?
 


Quisp

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The bleeder for the clutch has a plastic lever you open to let out fluid. I did the brakes first, but I don't see any advantages to either sequence.
 


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Thanks, I'll have a gander.

Edit - Found it - airbox only it seems. Great! Thanks!
 


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FiestaSTdude

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Planning to flush the brake fluid and knowing the clutch system uses a secondary reservoir that pulls from the brake master cylinder reservoir, I was hoping someone could provide insight on how to flush the clutch fluid.
I know there's a bleed nipple near the transmission?

I basically need clarification on the procedure to flush it. For example, do I top the master reservoir and then open the clutch bleed?
Or do I top up the secondary reservoir and then open the clutch bleed?

Also should i flush clutch first then brakes? or brakes then clutch?
I second this request
 


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