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How to bleed clutch on c180 diagrams

Where is the slave cylinder situated and where do you bleed it? Which side of the car when you are standing in front of it? Can you bleed the master cylinder on this car, if so where do you bleed this? Thanx, Joe

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Bleed the air out of the line and tighten bleeder points after doing so.

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  1. Raise and support the front end on jackstands.
  2. Back off the flare nut on the fluid pipe to free the slave cylinder hose.
  3. Pull off the hose-to-bracket retaining clip and pull the hose from the bracket. Cap the pipe to prevent fluid loss.
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