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How to bleed clutch system from the start for Camry 99 v6 mv 20

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You have to have 2 people, this is how you do it:

person inside press clutch pedal down
person outside opens bleeder
person outside closes bleeder
person inside pulls clutch pedal up
repeat over and over and over

heres a video - all clutches are pretty much the same to bleed ---

Posted on May 06, 2017

Testimonial: "Cheers mate,have tried that,at the start of the process I have accidentally pushed down on clutch pedal and due to that it won't bleed."

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    Adam Plug May 06, 2017

    Another option is to reverse bleed the system. Force fluid through the bleeder on the slave into the master.

  • Adam Plug
    Adam Plug May 06, 2017

    other than that your slave cylinder might have spat it perhaps...



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