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How to bleed a clutch?

Anybody tell me how i bleed a clutch on an 04 311 sprinter?

Any help would be appreciated.Thanks.

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Never actully bled one of these but id imagine back bleeding would work best if youve already tried the convensional method. I normally use a pump oil can with a piece of flexy hose on it and brake fluid in it (not oil), attach the flexy hose to the bleed screw and pump some fluid back up to the master cyl. Ensure there is sufficant room in the master cyl before you start.
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Never actully bled one of these but id imagine back bleeding would work best if youve already tried the convensional method. I normally use a pump oil can with a piece of flexy hose on it and brake fluid in it (not oil), attach the flexy hose to the bleed screw and pump some fluid back up to the master cyl. Ensure there is sufficant room in the master cyl before you start.
Thanks,ive done it all now anyway.
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