Question about Renault Sport
Locate the clutch slave cylinder. It will be on the joint of the gearbox and the engine. On it wull be a bleeder nipple with a rubber dust cover on it. Remove the cover, slip a ring spanner of the correct size over the nipple and fit the bleeder hose. Fill the clutch reservoir and have an assistant depress the clutch pedal fully. Open the bleeder nipple slowly and watch for fluid and bubbles to come out. Close the bleeder nipple and let the assistant release the clutch pedal, depress the pedal again and open the nipple. Do this about four times or until no more bubbles are observed coming out of the pipe. Secure the bleeder nipple, remove the pipe and spanner and replace the dust cover. Fill the reservoir and test the clutch. If it does not work properly more work on the system is required.
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