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Brakes fixed +bled clutch stiff

Vw sharan where is slave cylinder so i can try and bleed is it easy

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If you cant see it i reckon you must have a tdi??.it has what is called a concentric slave cylinder and is mounted in the gearbox.the bleed nipple is located on a extension out of the top of the bell housing

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