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How to bleed the clutch on a 1990 toyotai just put a clutch in the clutch paddle wornt'get hard to push the to change gears

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Fill clutch master cylinder with fresh brake fluid.
Pump a few times and hold down.
Open bleeder at clutch slave cylinder then close.
Repeat this until clutch pedal feels normal and full movement is seen at clutch slave cylinder.


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