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How do u bleed up a hydraulic cluche on a 1.6 1999 astra

How do u bleed up a hydraulic cluch on a 1.6 1999 astra

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Get a clear bottle. put a little fluid. now get a small transparent hose. dip one end on the bottle the other end on the bleeder screw. loosen the bleeder. make sure you have fluid in the master cylinder. pump the pedal intill you dont have bubbbles comming out of the hose. close the bleeder and you should be fine

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