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Trying to bleed clutch ktm 625 smc - 625 SMC KTM Motorcycles

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They can be a pain.......the best way to do so without a vacuum bleeder is to back fill it. buy a oil ratio syringe from walmart or an auto parts store. attach a short vinyl tube to it and **** it full of fluid. now remove reservoir cap and attach syringe to the slave cylinder. open bleed bolt and back fill slowly....tighten bleeder and work clutch to check for pressure and unsure there's no air.

BE SURE TO NOTE IF IT USES DOT4 BRAKE FLUID OR MINERAL OIL
MAGURA=MINERAL OIL
BREMBO=DOT4

SOME RACERS USE JOHNSONS BABY OIL AS ITS MINERAL OIL THAT YOU CAN SMELL IF IT LEAKS

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

It would seem you posted twice, pls try here, here or here. In some, the wiring diagram is part of the Service Manual. If the year is different, most harness/wiring would be relatively similar.

Good luck and Thank you for using FixYa. Happy Holidays.

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