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If it is a hydraulic clutch then fill the reservoir and pump the clutch pedal a few times It is a two man job. pump the clutch pedal and then hold it down while your assistant opens the bleed screw on the slave cylinder.. Close the screw and re-pump the pedal Repeat the process until you have a firm clutch pedal.
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