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I have pressure on the lever but when i close the bleed nipple I can see the air bubbles go back into the bleed nipple

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Hello, close the nipple when the lever is half way, on its way down, before it gets to the bottom.

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You need to connect the pressure bleeder to the brake master cylinder resrvoir,then bleed the clutch through from the nipple on the slave cylinder.If the nipple is not of the unscrewable type,you need to release the pipe from it's clip where the nipple is and then this will allow the air to escape and you end up with fluid with no air bubbles in it coming out of the nipple.If the nipple is of the more normal type,you need to follow the same procedure,you just undo the nipple half a turn and this will have the same effect.

It's best to connect a piece of small pipe with a container to collect the fluid in on to the nipple as you could contaminate the clutch plate with the waste fluid,and if your using a pressure bleeder it will save you getting squirted with brake fluid when you release the nipple!.

If you have someone else that can help you,don't use the pressure bleeder and just get the person to sit in the car and work the clutch pedal up and down whilst you open and close the bleed nipple.You follow the procedure,clutch pushed down,release nipple,close nipple,clutch pedal up,clutch pedal down,release nipple,close nipple,clutch pedal up and so on a so forth until no more air comes out and you have a steady stream of fluid.

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hold in the lever while you open the bleed nipple let out the air & fluid & close nipple quickly b4 releasing the lever!!!
now let the lever come back & do it all again keep repeating the process until you have only fluid coming out of the nipple!
& dont let the fluid get tooo low in the reservoir!!!!!!
it helps if you put a clear peice of tubing over the nipple & the other end in a glass jar with fluid in it so that air cant get back up the tubing!!!!
you can buy a kit at most auto stores! [ single bleeding kit]
when no air in system close nipple pump lever ti build up pressure
the open nipple & close it again quickly!
let thhe lever back & let it rest so the rber inside can regain its seling capacity!
you may need a few tries ta this part! [pressure bleeding]
then it should be fine! if not try pressure bleeding from the start!
but dont agitate the fluid as it creates mor air bubbles!
ok good luck
cheers rob

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  • Put the handlebars in position to have the hydraulic cylinder as level as possible. Remove the reservoir cover and diaphragm. Don't let clutch fluid get on plastic or painted parts. The finish will be damaged. Add fluid to the line level on master cylinder casing.
  • Remove left rear crankcase cover.
  • Remove cap from the bleeder valve on the slave cylinder Put a box end wrench on the bleed valve then put a clear hose on the nipple and immerse the end of the hose in clean brake fluid.
  • Pump the clutch lever at moderate speed to eliminate air through the master cylinder. Tap the cylinder to release air clinging to the line. Do this until no more bubbles rise from the cylinder.
  • Now pump the lever several times and hold the lever in. Crack open the bleed valve and let fluid and air bubbles escape into the clear hose . Close the bleeder then release the lever slowly. Wait a few seconds then repeat the process until no more bubbles are coming from the bleeder. Keep an eye on the reservoir and add fluid as needed.
  • Remove the clear hose and put all parts back into position.
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