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hi, i changed my clutch around 5 months ago, has been working fine until recently. it goes into gear perfectly n i can pull of perfectly. pedal does feel a bit soft n spongey. but wen i put my foot down it seems lyk nothing happens! revs build up slowly n seems like the car has no power! someone please help shed some light on this! thanx

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i would bleed the clutch pedal line first

Sorry to bring up an old post.

How do you bleed the clutch line?

Cheers.

pretty much the same way as you do with brakes

there will be a bleed nipple (not sure where tbh )

push clutch pedal as you release the nipple, then tighten when pedal is fully depressed

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i would bleed the clutch pedal line first

Sorry to bring up an old post.

How do you bleed the clutch line?

Cheers.

pretty much the same way as you do with brakes

there will be a bleed nipple (not sure where tbh )

push clutch pedal as you release the nipple, then tighten when pedal is fully depressed

Cheers Barry, bit hard to that as the pedal goes straight to the floor :(

Found the bleed nipple on the release cylinder bolted to gearbox.

Cheers as well to Steviewevie for the pics.

Location of Clutch Release Cylinder

Breakdown of Clutch Release Cylinder

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i would bleed the clutch pedal line first

Sorry to bring up an old post.

How do you bleed the clutch line?

Cheers.

pretty much the same way as you do with brakes

there will be a bleed nipple (not sure where tbh )

push clutch pedal as you release the nipple, then tighten when pedal is fully depressed

Cheers Barry, bit hard to that as the pedal goes straight to the floor :(

Found the bleed nipple on the release cylinder bolted to gearbox.

Cheers as well to Steviewevie for the pics.

Location of Clutch Release Cylinder

Breakdown of Clutch Release Cylinder

why a bit hard ??

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i would bleed the clutch pedal line first

Sorry to bring up an old post.

How do you bleed the clutch line?

Cheers.

pretty much the same way as you do with brakes

there will be a bleed nipple (not sure where tbh )

push clutch pedal as you release the nipple, then tighten when pedal is fully depressed

Cheers Barry, bit hard to that as the pedal goes straight to the floor :(

Found the bleed nipple on the release cylinder bolted to gearbox.

Cheers as well to Steviewevie for the pics.

Location of Clutch Release Cylinder

Breakdown of Clutch Release Cylinder

why a bit hard ??

Sorry, I meant 'push clutch pedal as you release the nipple' as there is nothing to push. We'll see when the car is jacked up. Fingers crossed as we're supposed to driving to Germany tomorrow.

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i would bleed the clutch pedal line first

Sorry to bring up an old post.

How do you bleed the clutch line?

Cheers.

pretty much the same way as you do with brakes

there will be a bleed nipple (not sure where tbh )

push clutch pedal as you release the nipple, then tighten when pedal is fully depressed

Cheers Barry, bit hard to that as the pedal goes straight to the floor :(

Found the bleed nipple on the release cylinder bolted to gearbox.

Cheers as well to Steviewevie for the pics.

Location of Clutch Release Cylinder

Breakdown of Clutch Release Cylinder

why a bit hard ??

Sorry, I meant 'push clutch pedal as you release the nipple' as there is nothing to push. We'll see when the car is jacked up. Fingers crossed as we're supposed to driving to Germany tomorrow.

no there will not be any pressure but it still forces the fluid or air through

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