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How to bleed the master clutch assembly of toyota commuter van

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    Earl DaSquirrel Apr 15, 2015

    what Jim is describing is called gravity bleeding... Google search and look at YouTube for an idea.

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Hi top up the resivour open the bleed nipple and allow the fluid to flow. Keep the resivour topped up. Close the nipple after 5 mins and pump the pedal a good few times. If there is no pressure repeat process. Good luck.

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