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The clutch need to be reverse bled. To do this follow the instructions at the video below.

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is the system bleed of all air, keep in mind the clutch lines are
vertical and air wants to float up, as you bleed down , a Royal PITA
that , and worse on some air craft (hell)
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and the clutch lever, does it? if not the , clutch throwout bearing
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